Misty's is the type of place that you go to once, vow "never again", but find yourself back there a year or two later, washing down your foot-long hot dog with a Reese's Pieces thickshake.
One time I went there I decided to order a vegetarian salad; this was a huge mistake.
The salad was served in an edible taco shell literally bigger than my head, and was covered in sour cream.
To get the most out of your Misty's experience, you need to mentally prepare yourself so you are willing to eat a burger with your weekly recommended intake of beef and salt.
Unless you have a bottomless stomach, you will not be able to finish whatever you order. You will then spend the rest of your day lying down and groaning while your body struggles to digest huge quantities of chilli cheese fries.
In each spacious booth is a table jukebox, with a selection of fifties and sixties tunes for you to choose.
The Soda Rock menu is fairly basic, with a selection of traditional hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches.
When it comes to retro drinks, they have a huge selection of creamy thickshakes, tangy spiders and flavoured soft drinks.
Melbourne's Best Retro American Diners Comfort food in kitsch surroundings are always a winning combination.
These retro diners are perfect for all occasions from a first date to a last date (delicious burgers really soften the blow).