Care for a Pint? Or a Gallon?
May 28, 2014 6:33 PM Subscribe
posted by AlonzoMosleyFBI (43 comments total)
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The Drive Thru is quite ubiquitous in our everyday lives, whether it be burgers, banking or big-ass cups of coffee. Yet there is one Drive Thru concept that only survives now in isolated pockets throughout the country, and that is the Drive Thru dairy
has been serving the residents of Southern California via their car since the early 1960’s. In Long Island, Dairy Barn
locations have operated for just as long. Swiss Farms
cover Eastern Pennsylvania. And dotting the country here
are independent stores that keep on chugging along.
And let us bow our heads for Drive Thru Dairies that are no longer with us. In my own neck of the woods, Skinner Dairy
served Northeast Florida for many years, and their iconic buildings survive now as other businesses.
Finally, let us remember the Dairy Market Express Drive-Thru of Lake Zurich, Illinois, whose owner decided that if you’re going to have a Drive-Thru Dairy, then by God, have a Drive Thru Dairy