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jiji

Tifton, GA

#1 Mar 14, 2012
any one remember burger chef on 4th ave..I may have name wrong ..help me out people
Curious

South Point, OH

#2 Mar 14, 2012
I remember, it was on 29th street.

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Since: Nov 11

BelAir, CA

#3 Mar 14, 2012
yeah, I remember it, when I was a kid I went there from time-to-time. Its where Fazolis( spelling?) is now if I recall correctly. Yes, you have the right.

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So I Took Over Hell

#4 Mar 14, 2012
I remember it...there was one on 29th st..went there for lunch when I went to HEHS..
jiji

Tifton, GA

#5 Mar 14, 2012
cool.. dad took us there when we had the money.. it was like a treat for us to go there..I come from a large family so we didn't have much money as a kid i was excited to go there..aah the good old days wish i could go back to that time huntington was a nice place to go then glad you all remember it
IMHO

Charleston, WV

#6 Mar 14, 2012
Spleencage wrote:
yeah, I remember it, when I was a kid I went there from time-to-time. Its where Fazolis( spelling?) is now if I recall correctly. Yes, you have the right.
I remember now. I was thinking of Burger King on 4th and 10th. The burger chef was on third and about 13th street. There was also a burger chef at 29th street and third ave. and route 60 across from burger king (cstore there now)
MadHatter

New York, NY

#7 Mar 14, 2012
There was one in bville about where Hooters is now
Ojoe

Huntington, WV

#8 Mar 14, 2012
Remember the BBF? It was about like Burger Chef then it changed to Borden Burger.
justsaying

United States

#9 Mar 14, 2012
There was also one at 1st street and 5th avenue.
Ironically, where McDonalds is now located!
Dave

Huntington, WV

#10 Mar 15, 2012
Ojoe wrote:
Remember the BBF? It was about like Burger Chef then it changed to Borden Burger.
Borden Burger. Haven't thought about that joint in years! Buckets of chicken, big ass sloppy burgers with grease drippin' on down the side! YES!
jiji

Tifton, GA

#11 Mar 15, 2012
see people can talk about something with out putting others down thanks guys
Old Days

Branchland, WV

#12 Mar 15, 2012
There was also one in Westmoreland. We would ride our bikes there as kids and get hamburgers and fries! And yes---Ohhhhhhh-the good ole days! It was such a treat!
bella

Charleston, WV

#13 Mar 15, 2012
any rich millionairs on here? if so please bring back burger chef. best burgers and cheap too!!!
Old Days

Branchland, WV

#14 Mar 15, 2012
Ahhh my friend. I think those days are long gone....

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Since: Mar 12

Winchester, KY

#15 Mar 15, 2012
BBF on 13th St. and 4th. Ave., a notorious hippie hangout for a time...at one point the management hired off duty cops to stand out front and do juggling tricks with their nightsticks in an effort to discourage the hairy menace.

There was Burger Chef on Fifth Ave. between 25th. and 26th. Streets...it served a "free works bar" where patrons could load their burgers with an assortment of condiments and goodies - us hungry teenagers certainly got our money's worth out of that!

There was a Colonel Sanders nearby...does anybody remember the early ill-fated attempt of KFC to market seafood, "Arthur Treacher's Fish and Chips"?

Old timers will recall the "Choo-Choo", which I believe was the only place in Huntington which served beer curbside...you could sit in your car and legally enjoy a nice cold brew with your lunch.
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yum

Huntington, WV

#17 Mar 15, 2012
IMHO

Astoria, NY

#18 Mar 15, 2012
Zedcooder wrote:
BBF on 13th St. and 4th. Ave., a notorious hippie hangout for a time...at one point the management hired off duty cops to stand out front and do juggling tricks with their nightsticks in an effort to discourage the hairy menace.

There was Burger Chef on Fifth Ave. between 25th. and 26th. Streets...it served a "free works bar" where patrons could load their burgers with an assortment of condiments and goodies - us hungry teenagers certainly got our money's worth out of that!

There was a Colonel Sanders nearby...does anybody remember the early ill-fated attempt of KFC to market seafood, "Arthur Treacher's Fish and Chips"?

Old timers will recall the "Choo-Choo", which I believe was the only place in Huntington which served beer curbside...you could sit in your car and legally enjoy a nice cold brew with your lunch.
Arthur Treacher was the actors name of the constable in Marry Poppins. I always wondered if the Restramt was named for him.
IMHO

Astoria, NY

#19 Mar 15, 2012
yum wrote:
http://www.treachers.com/
I checked the site. The chain was name for the actor.
jack

Proctorville, OH

#20 Mar 15, 2012
what about the roast beef place that was across from B7B food market. also does anyone thing that LJS used to be alot better i think they are using cheep food
IMHO

Astoria, NY

#21 Mar 15, 2012
That was RAX across from b&b market. I think there are still a few around Columbus.

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