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Fast Food Restaurant Sonic Opens Flushing Location

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Sept. 10, 2018 By Tara Law

Retro fast-food chain Sonic Drive-In has opened a location across the street from New World Mall.

Sonic, which is known for classic American fast food such as burgers, corndogs, fries and shakes, opened at 136-51 Roosevelt Ave. The storefront is the former location of a Gamestop.

Although its signature restaurants are drive-ins, the Flushing restaurant does not have curbside service due to the limitations of the storefront’s location.

The location is open daily from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m., according to Google.

The restaurant is now Sonic’s only restaurant in Queens. Sonic’s nearest other location is at 750 West Sunrise Hwy. in Valley Stream, which offers drive-in service.

Sonic was founded in Oklahoma in 1953 and today boasts than 3,603 locations, according to the chain’s website.

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Pretzels, and mozz sticks, tots, shakes, hand churned Ice cream and deals on meals all the time! I am so excited to have a more local location of Sonic, even if it won’t include the roller skating car hops!

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