In 1956, weekends at Austin’s Drive-In oozed more retro cool than Johnny Rockets ever could imagine today. When the 80 parking spaces filled up, customers parked down Highway 41 for blocks, much to the chagrin of the Evansville Police Department. Milkshakes, hamburgers, and French fries were ordered on a new electronic system. Curb girls brought patrons their meals in less than three minutes.
December / January 2011
We aren’t the only ones who knew the hard-working story behind Hunt Bros. Pizza, the subject of our feature story. Check out this clip, a segment from a food-centric show.