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Sonic Drive-In officially announced the grand opening of their newest restaurant location at 1365 Boston Post Road in Milford, Connecticut. This location marks the third Sonic Drive-In location in the area, but the only one featuring an indoor seating area. Along with 12 car-hop stalls, Milford-area residents are in for a Sonic Drive-In experience like no other.

Sonic's vision is simple: to become America’s most loved restaurant brand. What once was a small hamburger and root beer stand named Top Hat Drive-In has grown to become America’s drive-in with more than 3,500 locations coast to coast.
- Sonic Drive-In

"We've been trying to get here for years, trying to find the perfect spot. We do have it now, right in the middle of Milford. We've got a lot of warm receptions." - Robert Mesite - Sonic. Does this location look familiar? Sonic realized the perfect location through the conversion of an existing Arby's restaurant; a tactic which yield sustainable ties to other similar sonic locations.

About Sonic Drive-in SONIC®, America's Drive-In®, is the nation's largest chain of drive-in restaurants with more than 3,500 drive-ins serving approximately 3 million customers every day. Over the past 60 years, SONIC has delighted guests with signature menu items, more than 1 million drink combinations, friendly service by iconic Carhops and ongoing support of education through its award-winning Limeades for Learning® program. SONIC received top honors as America’s “#1 burger quick service restaurant” in the 2013 Temkin Experience Ratings report. - Sonic Drive-In

Wilkus Architects has been working with Sonic Drive-In Restaurants providing architectural services for dozens of locations Nationwide. For more on Wilkus Architects and Sonic: http://www.wilkusarch.com/portfolio/sonic-drive-in-restaurant/

More on Sonic Drive-In: http://www.sonicdrivein.com/ More on Sonic Milford: https://www.facebook.com/sonicofct HNGNews Release: http://connecticut.news12.com/news/sonic-opens-on-the-boston-post-road-in-milford-1.6347246 Video Credit: Connecticut News 12