Boston wrote:Chains are the best.
They are unique, the quality of the food is amazing, and you are supporting local businesses and keeping the money right here.
lugnutz wrote:Our talk was brief but she seems cool.
It looks like a chain of drive-ins that has opened its first two locations in the Boston area over the past year or so will not be opening a third spot west of the city.
According to The MetroWest Daily News, plans for a new Sonic Drive-In on Route 20 in Marlborough have fallen through. The article states that the city had been hoping for construction to begin at the site this month after moving ahead with the site plan review, but the owner of Sonic in Peabody emailed the city saying that there will be no restaurant built at that site after all.
The new Sonic in Marlborough was to be constructed near the intersection of Route 20 (Boston Post Road West) and Ames Street, a little less than a mile west of the Route 495 intersection.
Sonic Drive-In opened its first New England location last summer on Route 1 in Peabody, and its second spot this spring on Route 38 in Wilmington. Sonic, which is known in part for its burgers, Coney Island hot dogs, limeade, and shakes, is the largest chain of drive-in restaurants in the United States, with more than 3,000 locations.
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