When I was 15, my friend Jon got his license and free use of the family car. Where life was previously limited to
Sonic is a national fast food burger chain; I am sure you have seen the commercials. But there were no locations in the New England area, so we could not experience the Sonic blast or
It was strangely nostalgic; we pulled in to a drive-in stall, the radio station was having an 80’s flashback weekend, and our waitress skated up in her rollerblades. We had a super Sonic cheeseburger, tots, onion rings, a caramel shake, a peanut butter fudge shake and an Oreo Sonic blast. The burger was large, probably twice the size of a Big Mac and tasted like one, too. R liked it. I love that I could get tater tots at 9:30pm. Both tots and rings were well fried. The shakes were good, not Christina’s quality, but better than McDonald’s. The Sonic blast (basically a DQ Blizzard, if you are more familiar with that) could have used more Oreos.
So, Sonic is a decent artery clogging option, if you are in the area and need a quick cheap lunch.