Jesus Lord! I had no idea this was such a popular place to eat in this economy. Im not even in this stock (yet) and 4 weeks have passed and the lines are down the block on a busy road to get into this place?? WTF? You'd thought it was the only fastfood in town here. Unbelievable.
I just came back from arkansas I dont know what you are talking about? the sonics i went to were packed. Hebor springs and 2 other I went to I couldnt find a parking spot. I wonder how the one in white Lake is doing anyone in michigan?
They're opening one at 14 Mile Rd./John R, and one out in 15 Mile Rd/Drake. They hired 7 people just to handle the traffic at one of the locations. With the winter weather setting in here in Michigan, I would have thought they would have waited until Spring to open. I guess they know what they're doing. Revenues should start rolling in and hit the bottom line in another quarter or two.
This place sucks the big one. I ate there again tonight thinking the last time had to be a freak thing, HA! My hamburger was cold, sent it back and they screwed up the order on the second one, then the 3rd time was finally ok but took them 40 minutes to get it there. All together I was there over an hour trying to get a frickin hamburger. This happened almost exactly the same way last week. They are screwing up orders, wasting food, and pissing people off left and right. I personaly will NEVER go back. EVER! I hope they go under.
Never eat at a restaurant until they have been open at least 60 days. I have never known one of these must serve it faster places to get their act together in less than a month. Unlike cozy leisurely paced new restaurants (which are usually opened by more experienced folk) the franchises are often run by very inexperienced newbies. The bigger the variety of foods on the menu - the worse the initial chaos. Wish we had one here. I am a big tater tot and chiliburger with jalepeno fan.