Sandy's Hamburgers

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2011/10/04 23:45:46 (permalink)

Sandy's Hamburgers

Does anyone here remember Sandy's the sign had a girl wearing a scottish outfit? In the 1960s my parents took us kids to a one in Columbus Ohio located at W 5th ave and Northwest Blvd.
 As the 1960s came to a close Sandy's just started to disappear.
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    RodBangkok
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    Re:Sandy's Hamburgers 2011/10/05 00:00:26 (permalink)
    Probably more than you ever wanted to know here:
     
    http://www.captainerniesshowboat.com/sandys
     
    We had one on our home town just down the road from the McD's.  Being very close to the Chicago area these were some of the earliest McD's around, not sure I remember much about Sandy's, as we used to hit a Place called Geri's first, then McD's, then Sandy's.
     
        Just to add I spent a bit of time at the site above, there's a LOT of info in there, great site if you were around or are curious about fast food in the 60's.
    post edited by RodBangkok - 2011/10/05 06:52:29
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    Re:Sandy's Hamburgers 2011/10/05 00:08:31 (permalink)
    The first one (1958) was on Sheridan Road (across from Sheridan Village shopping center) here in Peoria.  I remember them well.  I was in my 20's at the time.  Sandy's eventually turned into Hardee's.
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