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Sonic

Where else but this retro burger stand are Minneapolis / St. Paul denizens going to get a milkshake brought right to their car, by a car hop, on a cute little tray that attaches right to the car door? Despite its modern-leaning TV commercials, Sonic works hard to maintain a classic American Graffiti vibe at its restaurants, and, in fact, its founder, Troy N. Smith Sr., Jr. was a pioneer of the car-hop concept in Oklahoma back in the 1950s, employing "jukebox boys" to wire his speakers for sound. These days Sonic sets itself apart from other chains with a wide-ranging menu including sweet tea, a foot-long Cheese Coney, and the ever-popular Chili-Cheese fries. Find the nearest Sonic with ease on Voice Places.

Cuisine

American, Breakfast, Burgers, Hot Dogs

Dining Features

Kid Friendly, Lunch, No Alcohol, Outdoor Dining, Reservations Not Necessary, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible

Parking

Lot Available

Price

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