Where is Big Boy Restaurant Corporate office Headquarters

Big Boy Restaurant Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 4199 Marcy St, Warren, MI 48091, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 586-759-6000
  • Fax Number: 586-757-4737
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 
  • Established: August 6, 1936
  • Founder: Bob Wian
  • Key People: Keith E. Sirois

Big Boy Restaurant Headquarters Location & Directions

Big Boy Restaurant Headquarters Executive Team



Keith E. Sirois

Chief Executive officer

Paul Black


Ralph Geromette


About Big Boy Restaurant, History and Headquarters Information

Big boy restaurant is a chain of restaurants offering casual dining. The headquarters of the chain is located in Warren, Michigan. It was founded in 1936 by Bob Wian. Today the restaurants are spread across 76 cities in USA and 279 locations in Japan. It is famous for Slim Jim sandwich, Strawberry pie, hot fudge cake, brawny lad sandwich and Big boy hamburger. The restaurant expanded after partnering with Frisch restaurants.

In the US it serves Ohio, Michigan North Dakota. Initially the restaurant was called the Liggett restaurant enterprises initially. Also, it was based in Glendale, California during its initial stages. When the company became bankrupt it was moved to the current headquarters in Warren. The famous chubby boy trademark of the company was designed by Warner bros animation artists.

The company also launched a comic book by name Adventures of big boy. Big boy shakes and burgers are the latest trends.

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  • Sarah A. McMillan says:

    So sad BB in Ft.Wayne will be gone. I will REALLY miss my BigBoy and lemonade. PLEASE reconsider!!!!!!

  • Sarah A. McMillan says:

    Am sad that Big Boy in Ft Wayne In won’t reopen. Been crazy about Big Boy and lemonade for 55 years πŸ™ πŸ™ : πŸ™ πŸ™

  • Beth Schwartz says:

    Sunday may 17 th 2020
    Hello ! I just posted on Facebook A memory from Oklahoma City a picture of Kips big boy hamburger on sw 59th and western circa 1970’s. The response to
    How much the food was loved and is now so missed is amazing .
    People including my husband and I met there and have been married 45 years .
    We have a kips big boy memento doll and when visiting our son in the Air Force
    In Dayton Ohio we loved
    Eating at
    The Frisch big boy there.
    Is there any plans to expand and make A new restaurant just like the old days with the hamburgers, fries , shakes and Strawberry pies near Oklahoma City Metro ?? It would be a big hit !! Thanks for any response please !

  • Nathan Wendt says:

    Hello Doreen and Joe,

    An Important Message About COVID-19:

    Our hearts go out to all of those impacted by this virus.Β 

    We are here for you during this time and believe our collective strength will get us through this crisis.

    As an essential critical infrastructure workforce company, Brisk Coffee Roasters will remain open and will be shipping coffee nationwide along with our delivery partner, UPS, who is also a critical infrastructure workforce company.

    Our products and deliveries will remain on schedule regardless of the spread of COVID-19 and our number one priority is the health of our nation.

    Please let me know if there anything I can do for you. Contact me at [email protected]Β or call 941.626.4145Β to reach me.

    I wish you well during this time.


    Nathan Wendt

  • michael says:

    What in the world has happened to Bobs Big Boy??? Long loved and praised as a Burbank landmark and an LA mainstay, the world famous Burbank restaurant is filthy. They have lowered the quality of the food to sub-standard and the store management is in seriously poor condition.

    My family and I have been coming to this restaurant for more than 50 years and I have never seen anything like what is happening now. How sad indeed. My office is just a few blocks away and stopped by the other day to reminisce over a famous Bobs Bigboy combo meal. Disgusting! Poor quality lettuce, greasy fries, and a terrible burger ending with an overall bad experience.

    Obviously ownership and management alike are no longer interested in keeping up an American tradition. This once fantastic place is a shell of its former self.

    Experience Bob’s while you can because all of the telltale signs of a business in serious financial trouble are evident and I will bet its days are numbered.

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