A step into the ’50s Diner at Cordes Junction, Ariz., is like taking a step back in time.

Owners Jerry and Robbin Schultz make every effort to impress the patrons who visit their restaurant, just beyond the Shell gas station, the Prescott Daily Courier reported. Old 45 records adorn the wall of the themed restaurant, each with a bit of trivia on the cover. Murals of life in the ’50s can also be found both inside and outside the restaurant.

The couple also operates the Backseat Bar – attached to the restaurant – and own a motel and RV park located close to the establishment.

The family bought the restaurant after selling a restaurant equipment distribution business in California. First, they traveled the country by RV, however.

“Because we’re so big into RVs, when this property came open, we thought it might be fun to own an RV park. The property evolved from that,” Jerry Schultz said.

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