emersonbiggins: Nickerson Farms, anyone? You've all seen one somewhere.[img.fark.net image 640x454]
Omahawg: the carne asada burrito, tv vinnie! DO IT![pics3.city-data.com image 480x360]
RatBomb: Anybody know what this restaurant is? They blurred out that one sign...[i1020.photobucket.com image 608x320]
fonebone77: emersonbiggins: Nickerson Farms, anyone? You've all seen one somewhere.[img.fark.net image 640x454]My grandfather used to own an old Nickerson Farms. My mom worked there when she was a kid. My aunt eventually bought it and tried to run it as a museum/gas station but it was in a weird place that no one ever really stopped at. Its now a vinyard and winery front and it seems to do pretty well in that roll.
InterruptingQuirk: RatBomb: Anybody know what this restaurant is? They blurred out that one sign...[i1020.photobucket.com image 608x320]Common error you find Google street view making when it thinks it has encountered a license plate or a persons face.
RatBomb: InterruptingQuirk: RatBomb: Anybody know what this restaurant is? They blurred out that one sign...[i1020.photobucket.com image 608x320]Common error you find Google street view making when it thinks it has encountered a license plate or a persons face.Oh. Well, that's no fun...
WorkingInParadise: UTBAKFC (in case you were wondering)[imageshack.com image 500x375]
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Pizza Hut may not have the best pizza, but their breadsticks are amazing. Best chain pizza breadsticks hands down.
adeist69: Mr. Shabooboo: ultraholland: enthralledgeishagirl: There's a freaking McDonalds in Dachau? I'm going to go punch someone. Seriously, that is farked up.Yes, the town. No good place to eat within the concentration camp. I just thought it was amusing that this was the first thing I saw getting off the train at Frauenhoferstrasse; those small pictures on the right are of the concentration camp, so I took this as a corporate endorsement.So you can't get a pizza fresh from the oven?/Yes, that is a tasteless joke..Truly tasteless, now go wash your mouth out with soap./wait for it.......
seancdaug: For many years starting in the 1930s, the Baltimore/Washington area had its own local burger stand called Little Tavern. It was very similar in style to White Castle, with an emphasis on slider-sized burgers ("buy 'em by the bag," the motto went). By the early 1990s, they started to disappear, but old locations are ridiculously easy to spot due to the restaurants' small size (barely more than a shed) and iconic, green-roofed "Tudor house" styling.Because of the unique architecture, there's really not many things you can repurpose an old "Club LT" into, and the majority have wound up as donut shops, or cheap Chinese restaurants. And a couple of Subways, I think, since apparently you can franchise a Subway into any building with at least two and a half walls.http://agilitynut.com/eateries/lt.html
12349876: Shadow Blasko: Holiday Inn "Holidomes"That would be a fun challenge now. Holiday Inn quit branding 1 and 2 story hotels a little while back.
Gotfire: emersonbiggins: Nickerson Farms, anyone? You've all seen one somewhere.[img.fark.net image 640x454]There's one on interstate 35 in Texas near the Oklahoma border that is now a pr0n store with a huge "XXX" emblazoned on the roof. It's for the truckers who like to get their jack off on while hauling garbage to put on the shelves of your local Wal Mart.
violentsalvation: ultraholland: violentsalvation: Ah, Nürnburger King.I lost it when I saw this at Dachau[farm3.staticflickr.com image 500x375]Arbeit McFries
belhade: Tony Hawk's truck was a Pizza Hut, your argument is invalid.
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