Went to the location at Poplar and Hollywood around 10pm. I drive a large super crew pick up and I must park in areas not too crowed so that I can get in and out easily. Once I got parked, turned off the engine and pressed the button to order, the person taking the order told me that I had to move closer to the door or something for the employees safety. I don't mind a little safety, but it was not convieniant at all for me to have to restart my truck, and move in closer. I looked to see what spaces were open, and didn't see any that were much closer than mine. If the management of Sonic is that concerned about the security of their car hops, maybe they should hire a security guard to work the evening hours or something. I just left and went somewhere else.
Retro-outfitted servers deliver burgers, malts and sandwiches to your car at this '50s-style drive-in chain.. In Short Founded in 1953 as a hamburger-and-root-beer stand, this nostalgic eatery is known for its intercom ordering system and roller-skating carhops. While servers rarely roller skate anymore, the famous made-to-order, all-beef burgers and thick malts are still menu favorites. Other signature items include Toaster sandwiches (made with thick Texas toast), extra-long chili and cheese hot dogs and hand-battered onion rings and tater tots. Desserts include chocolate, vanilla and strawberry shakes and fresh fruit slushes.