JC’s Iconic Red Robin Diner Operator Opens New Restaurant

The man who operated the Red Robin Diner in Johnson City is cooking again at his new restaurant.

Jon Bowie started the Rockin Robin Diner at Hillcrest and the place attracts many Red Robin regulars.

The beloved restaurant in the heart of Johnson City closed last January after Bowie struggled for several months to keep the business running during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Guests at the Rockin Robin Diner on November 22, 2021 (Photo: Bob Joseph / WNBF News)

Bowie, who lives in Kirkwood, said the opportunity to move to 1080 Chenango Street in Hillcrest arose quickly.

The place had housed Laura’s Luncheonette for years. But that restaurant closed following the death of James Gill, who ran the business with his sister.

Bowie remains busy at the Rockin Robin Diner, which opened on November 2. The restaurant, which showcases some of the unique collectibles that filled the Red Robin, is open seven days a week.

A photo of the former Red Robin Diner is on display at the recently opened Rockin Robin Diner at Hillcrest. (Photo: Bob Joseph / WNBF News)

Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: [email protected].

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