In the 1950s, you couldn’t go more than a mile without running into a drive-in. This directory lists all active drive-in restaurants in the U.S.
Char-Hut cooks your burgers right in front of you on a two foot grill. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you how intoxicating that smell is.
Some of these restaurants haven’t been in South Florida for decades but it might be nice if they returned.
Ollie’s Trolley was an offshoot from the LUMS restaurant chain. The signature burger, the Ollie Burger originally had 32 different spices.
Once upon a time, these restaurants were located all over the U.S. Now, they are down to only one location trying to keep their legacy alive.
Back in the 1980s, if you were a kid in Miami then you would more than likely be hanging out at Pirates Family Entertainment Center.