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Sonic Coming To Port Richmond


Holly Moore
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Breaking News from Michael Klein - Philadelphia is getting its first Sonic Drive-In on or near the corner of Aramingo and E. Butler Street in Port Richmond. Opens next Friday, November 13th at noon.

Just one question, where does the tray attach to my Vespa?

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there is one near a client in Lumberton - the lines are typically enormous (as is the clientele), the food is mostly fried and seems to cost $1 on average. That extra long Coney does look mighty good, though. Add a soda and a potato and it is easily 1000 calories. Can you tell I am torn between the need to eat in a somewhat healthy fashion and my love of quality junk food?

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I do not believe I have ever been to a sonic, but I notice one opened over the summer on the Black horse pike right across from Rexy's. I am not sure what town it is but I guess Audubon right before the Walt Whitman bridge entrance.

In any case if one were to visit Sonic what would be the right things to try?

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There's already one in Easton, PA, on Route 248, near the Wal-Mart. Allentown will be getting one on Airport Road in the near future. They have not broken ground yet, but the sign is up.

Oh, and Whitehall has been considered for a White Castle, in front of the Home Depot, where the abandoned Sunoco station now stands.

Theresa :smile:

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