Update: If you live locally, you can grab a Groupon deal for Tastee Inn today!
For the first year or so we lived in our neighborhood, I would pass by an old 50's-era drive-in restaurant with it's vintage sign unlit. The chipping paint seemed to indicate that the place had closed down years ago. But this was not so, a friend informed me. My foodie curiosity was piqued. Was this apparent dive actually a hidden local gem? I decided to be adventurous and find out.
|It's not your average chain restaurant decor...|
|If you like onion rings, try the onion chips with creamy dip.|
|A Tastee sandwich is made from loose ground beef and comes with mustard and a pickle.|
The "tastee" sandwiches we sampled were indeed unique. I would call them one-of-a-kind even. The sandwiches (but not the hot dogs) are clearly the reason this no frills establishment has stayed in business. I am already plotting when I might return for another taste.
Disclosure: This review was written before I knew about the Groupon deal today. All opinions are my own. This post contains referral links for Groupon. I will receive compensation if you purchase a Groupon through the links above.