Sonic's are starting to sprout up everywhere. For years I would see commercials for them but have none in my immediate area unless I felt like driving a hundred miles to a city that had one and then FIND it in the city. More have built and after moving I have found them everywhere. I will not be far from delicious food thats for sure.
A drive in or you can walk up to the counter to order and famous for they're tater tots with it's mascot Totty the Elf. You can also get fries, assorted burgers and sandwiches which includes breakfast items. The sandwiches are served on thick toast and the burgers get a bun. Hotdogs are also on the grill.
The drink selection has the normal assortment of sodas but the the dessert section is where Sonic wins. Rootbeer floats, sundaes and slushes and the slushes come in different flavors like cherry, grape, watermellon, coconut and more. There is always something new to get here.
I'm glad that I finally got to Sonic and there are three in my area. Bacon, egg and cheese burritos, grape cream slushes.....time to eat.
I love Sonic. The closest one to me is about an hour away at my friends college. I acutally consider how much I want Sonic when deciding on if I want to go visit her. For me it's the Limeades. There is nothing like a RT. 44 Cherry Limeade after a day of work. And happy hour? 2-4 half off drinks. YES PLEASE! In my hometown there is one 15 minutes from where I work. You can bet I was there after work all the time getting my Limeade and … more
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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Sonic Corporation NASDAQ: SONC (operating name: Sonic Drive-In) is an American fast-food restaurant chain based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that recreates the drive-in diner feel of the 1950s, complete with carhops who sometimes (and traditionally) wear roller skates. There were 3,500 restaurants in 41 U.S. states, as of September 9, 2009.
In the 1960s, Sonic meals were traditionally accompanied by a peppermint candy and small colored plastic animals called zoo-picks hanging on the side of drink cups until they were outlawed by consumer product safety laws as a choking hazard. The traditional peppermint candy is still served with Sonic meals today.
Sonic has featured unique menu items like hand-made Onion Rings and Pickle-Os (breaded deep-fried dill pickle slices) as well as such drive-in staples as hamburgers, Coneys (hot dogs covered with chili and shredded cheese) and corn dogs, shakes and malts. During its early years, some Sonic franchise locations also featured regional items on their menu. Other notable menu items include Ched 'R' Peppers (a form of the popper) and tater tots. Dessert frozen treats such as Oreo/M&M's/Reese's/Butterfinger Blasts are also available. Sonic also offers Jalapeño Tater Tots as an option as a side with a combo meal.
Different flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, cherry, strawberry, cranberry, apple, etc are available and can be added to drinks. Popular drinks include Ocean Water (Sprite with blue colored coconut flavoring added) ...