This place looks like something that was created to try to look like a 1950s drive-in, but it isn't. It's just a drive-in that has survived all these years. No inside dining; there are a few outside tables for walk-ups, a drive-up window for those on the go, and a row of places to pull in, pick up a phone and order, then eat in the car (the way it's always been done there). Nothing fancy -- good hamburgers, malts, milkshakes, soft-icecream cones and dishes. Dependable and affordable.
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