It is two days until closing and it's the unusual scramble to dunk, ladle and pass.
"It's non-stop," said manager Ruth Arakaki.
"I was telling people I was going to eat a shrimp burger every day until we closed. That's until my cholesterol started going up," said owner Lori Wong.
Outside, it's the kind of tribute befitting of Byron's Drive-In, with long lines of people showing lots of love.
"Thanks for waiting," said Arakaki to the next customer in a line dozens deep.
"It's coming up on 39 years that I've been coming here," said Joel Kiyosaki, who worked for Hawaiian Airlines.
"I'm here out of love and respect. I'm going to cry!" sniffed Kiyosaki's wife Stephanie, who said they drove to Byron's from Ewa Beach to get a few of their favorites one more time.
But shrimp burgers, shakes, and fried favorites are but one serving of what Andy Wong and his family brought to the islands.
"Here's some really cool stuff," said Lori Wong as she showed KITV reporter Lara Yamada Byron's storage room stacked with remnants from previous restaurants owned by the family.