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 Sr. Pepper: Chain or not?

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Sr. Pepper: Chain or not? Mon, 08/15/05 7:13 PM (permalink)
So they are doing the build out on a new Mexican restaurant across the street from me and the sign says it's to be named "Sr. Pepper". Now that sounds suspiciously like a chain to me (I'm a suspicious person) but I am unfamiliar with a chain of this name. I Googled it and came up with a few other places named that but they appear to be independents. So does anyone know: Is it a chain or not? Obviously, I'd prefer not.
    mr chips

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    • Location: portland, OR
    RE: Sr. Pepper: Chain or not? Wed, 08/17/05 2:21 AM (permalink)
    I'm not sure,BT. I remember reading about it around 20 years ago today and I recall it has been going in and out of style. And people who eat there say the place is guaranteed to raise a smile.

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      RE: Sr. Pepper: Chain or not? Sun, 08/28/05 12:45 AM (permalink)
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