Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Apparently Jr. wasn't enough.

Evolution: First there was Carl's - a full menu restaurant with a salad bar and no less than 2 dozen entree choices with a full range of side courses. Next there was Carl's Jr. - a smaller restaurant featuring fast food with a salad bar, but limited to mostly hamburger combos and various fried side options. Finally, Carl's Jr. Jr. became known as the ultimate in fast food consolidation - featuring no indoor seating or salad bar - just the drive through. Located on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, Carl's Jr. Jr. is a testament to the evolution of fast-food dining.

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