Let’s say you need to tear into a double cheeseburger, fries, and a milkshake, but you don’t hate yourself enough to eat at Dick’s. Pick Quick Drive In is an old-school fast food experience where you can get most things on the menu with only the rumpled bills you find in your pants pockets while doing laundry. Not only that, but these burgers are much better than Dick’s, and you don’t even have to stand up while eating them. Pile your friends inside your car at lunch or dinner and get a round of root beer floats made with actual soft serve ice cream.
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