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Hey remember when going to the diner for a soda and spending money on the table side juke box. Those where the days of poodle skirts and bobby soxs. Bring back those good old days of my youth. of the day awesome Lots of Memories My Childhood Memories, Great Memories, 90s Childhood, School Memories, Cherished Memories, School Days, High School, Ask The Dust, Juke Box

Elliston Place Soda Shop Nashville TN Table Top Juke Box

I REMEMBER "Put another nickel in ~ in the Nickelodeon...." 6 for a quarter

Bite of History: In Taco Bell founder Glen Bell opened Bell’s Drive-In in San Bernadino. Seeing the fast-food industry growth, Bell opened the first Taco Bell in 1961 at 7126 Firestone Boulevard in Downey, CA. Taco Bells, Vintage Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant, Classic Restaurant, Ringo Starr, Back In The Day, Along The Way, Paul Mccartney, Anos 60

Plans Underway to Save the Original Taco Bell Location

Plans Underway to Save the Original Taco Bell Location #FWx

I remember when this McDonald's was built on Knox Abbot Drive in West Columbia! Drive In, Pub Vintage, Photo Vintage, Vintage Food, Vintage Recipes, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Restaurant, Menu Restaurant, Vintage Signs

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“The original @McDonalds menu from Des Plaines, IL. The first ever McDonald's franchise opened on April 15, 1955.”

Oldest McDonalds in Downey California. I remember when the hamburgers were 19 ce… Oldest McDonalds in Downey California. I remember when the hamburgers were 19 cents and the sign said sold! Mcdonalds Restaurant, Vintage Restaurant, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Photos, Downey California, Vintage Neon Signs, Fast Food, Old Signs

Oldest McDonalds in Downey California.

Oldest McDonalds at: 10207 Lakewood Boulevard, Downey California. 90241 (562) 622-9248

The first In-N-Out Burger opened in 1948 at the southwest corner of what is now the intersection of Interstate 10 & Francisquito Avenue in Baldwin Park. It was the first drive-thru hamburger stand in California. California History, Vintage California, California Dreamin', California English, Vintage Diner, Vintage Restaurant, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Ads, San Gabriel Valley

MoB | The History of In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is something of a cult to those living outside of the chain’s west-coast bubble, proselytized by endless waves of sunkissed acolytes devoted to spreading the good burger word. Their brief testaments, filled with whispers of “animal fries”, “secret menus” and multiplied stacks of beef and cheese, speak of a fast-food paradise whose divine inspiration is forever out of reach of infidels accustomed to Whoppers and Big Macs.

The first In-N-Out Burger opened in 1948 at the southwest corner of what is now the intersection of Interstate 10 & Francisquito Avenue in Baldwin Park. It was the first drive-thru hamburger stand in California. California History, Vintage California, California Dreamin', California English, Vintage Diner, Vintage Restaurant, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Ads, San Gabriel Valley

MoB | The History of In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is something of a cult to those living outside of the chain’s west-coast bubble, proselytized by endless waves of sunkissed acolytes devoted to spreading the good burger word. Their brief testaments, filled with whispers of “animal fries”, “secret menus” and multiplied stacks of beef and cheese, speak of a fast-food paradise whose divine inspiration is forever out of reach of infidels accustomed to Whoppers and Big Macs.

In-N-Out on Arrow Highway, West Covina, CA. What wonderful memories are made from. California Love, Southern California, California History, Vintage California, In And Out Burger, San Gabriel Valley, 21st Century Homes, Vintage Restaurant, West Covina

WHEN WE WERE HOME

To keep the kids happy when out driving, Jack Fletcher, designer at 21st Century Home, has installed three miniature steering wheels and a plastic windshield in their car at West Covina, Calif., Jan. 4, 1955. In the car are: Joan Fletcher, left-front, Jack Fletcher, right-front and in the backseat are: Johnny, 21 mos., Janie, 3yrs. and Ricky, 21 mos. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

In-N-Out on Arrow Highway, West Covina, CA. What wonderful memories are made from. California Love, Southern California, California History, Vintage California, In And Out Burger, San Gabriel Valley, 21st Century Homes, Vintage Restaurant, West Covina

WHEN WE WERE HOME

To keep the kids happy when out driving, Jack Fletcher, designer at 21st Century Home, has installed three miniature steering wheels and a plastic windshield in their car at West Covina, Calif., Jan. 4, 1955. In the car are: Joan Fletcher, left-front, Jack Fletcher, right-front and in the backseat are: Johnny, 21 mos., Janie, 3yrs. and Ricky, 21 mos. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

Glen Bell opened his first Taco Bell restaurant in Downey, CA on March serving what his customers called "Tay-Kohs". Downey California, San Gabriel Valley, Huntington Park, Long Beach, Back In The Day, Historical Photos, Nostalgia, The Past, The Originals

The original Taco Bell in Downey California

Photo was taken in the late 70's. Check out how cool it looked. Even had the old statue of the mascot. Classic. Macro shot by michaelpoulin@dyingindowney.com

In -N-Out Hamburgers neon sign In And Out Burger, Denver Food, Inn N Out, American Beer, Vintage Neon Signs, Fast Food Chains, Vintage Room, Old Signs, Advertising Signs

MoB | The History of In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is something of a cult to those living outside of the chain’s west-coast bubble, proselytized by endless waves of sunkissed acolytes devoted to spreading the good burger word. Their brief testaments, filled with whispers of “animal fries”, “secret menus” and multiplied stacks of beef and cheese, speak of a fast-food paradise whose divine inspiration is forever out of reach of infidels accustomed to Whoppers and Big Macs.

The In-n-Out Burger secret menu blew my mind! Full secret menu list plus prices and how to order In N Out Menu, In & Out, Diet Root Beer, In And Out Burger, Burger Menu, Five Guys, Pop Cans, Fast Food Chains, Secret Menu

MoB | The History of In-N-Out Burger

In-N-Out Burger is something of a cult to those living outside of the chain’s west-coast bubble, proselytized by endless waves of sunkissed acolytes devoted to spreading the good burger word. Their brief testaments, filled with whispers of “animal fries”, “secret menus” and multiplied stacks of beef and cheese, speak of a fast-food paradise whose divine inspiration is forever out of reach of infidels accustomed to Whoppers and Big Macs.