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Re:Restaurants categories facing extinction 2013/11/22 22:49:16 (permalink)
Snack Bars at Drive-In Movies
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Re:Restaurants categories facing extinction 2013/11/22 23:21:56 (permalink)
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Fondue places and Creperie's

Unless you count the Melting Pot, which is inexplicably popular. And I did go to a fabulous crepe place (called, obviously enough, The Crepe Place) when I was in Santa Cruz last summer.
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Re:Restaurants categories facing extinction 2013/11/23 10:27:37 (permalink)
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I remember Dominique's very fondly.


And Diane, the hostess, as well. 
It was amazing how she could remember the name of every second-time guest!
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Re:Restaurants categories facing extinction 2013/11/23 23:48:37 (permalink)
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Snack Bars at Drive-In Movies

I believe that every drive-in movie still has a snack bar....
 
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Re:Restaurants categories facing extinction 2013/11/25 02:10:55 (permalink)
I liked the self-serve salad of Wendy's. I was wondering why they don't do that anymore.
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