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New Johnny Rockets Restaurant in Rancho Mirage

Story and photos by Pat Krause

Johnny Rockets has a new restaurant in Rancho Mirage on Highway 111 across from the River complex. A grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony was held on November 8th. Guests walked a red carpet into the restaurant where some of their signature foods were given to the patrons. Tastings of some of the 20 different tap beers were also available. Rancho Mirage councilmen and councilwomen were on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Waiters and waitresses passed around the food and on occasion would break out into a Johnny Rockets dance for the pleasure of the guests. Entertainment was provided by Gabriel Tristan who sang Elvis Presley favorites and sang songs requested by the guests. Over 300 people attended this newest restaurant in the valley. Lucky patrons recieved gift bags as they left the party.

Johnny Rockets is a well known franchise Restaurant chain with restaurants around CA. Their signature menu includes a famous hamburger, salad bar and many tap beers. It’s a fun place to dine and its accessibility just across from the River Mall area makes it easy to find.

All photos by Pat Krause Copyright 2012

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