In celebration of its 25th birthday, the old-fashioned diner gave away nearly 2,000 burgers. People waited for hours for their burgers, and celebrated with iconic figures and the diner's lively waiters and waitresses.
Thousands wait for a table at the Corvette Diner at Liberty Station on Monday, the 25th anniversary of the diner's opening.
Some people waited for several hours for the nearly 2,000 burgers available.
Gena Wilson and her son waited about two hours in line. They say the burgers aren't their favorite, but they still adore the diner.
Lisa Delawoie (left) and her pal Kayla Collins (right) were the first in line for the burgers. They got to the diner at about 5 a.m. Monday morning.
Tracy Doerr, an employee at the diner, sports a 50's-era beehive.
The classic Corvette at the front of the diner.
As part of the anniversary celebration, employees danced around the tables with pom poms.