Retro-outfitted servers deliver burgers, malts and sandwiches to your car at this '50s-style drive-in chain..
Founded in 1953 as a hamburger-and-root-beer stand, this nostalgic eatery is known for its intercom ordering system and roller-skating carhops. While servers rarely roller skate anymore, the famous made-to-order, all-beef burgers and thick malts are still menu favorites. Other signature items include Toaster sandwiches (made with thick Texas toast), extra-long chili and cheese hot dogs and hand-battered onion rings and tater tots. Desserts include chocolate, vanilla and strawberry shakes and fresh fruit slushes.
Sonic. Best at what they do best.. Sonic is what it is - fast food. But two things set Sonic apart from the average fast burger box. First, their burgers come nearest to what I think of as a traditional burger. Nothing revolutionary, no special sauce, just a consistently good burger with decent fries or rings. I do have to mention that their steak and egg burritos are very tasty and fresh (a personal favorite). The second item, and what really sets Sonic apart from the crowd, is their wide range of drinks & shakes. You can have a good, traditional chocolate malt or get really creative with a mix-your-own flavor slush. And where else do you get a cherry limeade with a half of a real lime lurking at the bottom? Bottom line, when I drive in to a Sonic, I am usually thinking first about what cool drink I want and then about what food to order.
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