Dairy Queen cheeseburgers…...

Batjack

member #1313
They`re still about the best storebought hamburgers out there.
Yeah, having grown up in Powder Springs...there was only 3 fast food stores around. 1) the micky d's close to Belmont Hills mall (only went there on the way home...IF we were good at the Piedmont doctor / dentist). 2) the "original" Martin's Drive In in Austell. And 3) the "walkup" D.Q. 1/2 mile bike ride down the road. Those "Brazier" burgers were (and STILL are) the best. But their chili dogs...:waggingfinger:.
 
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Batjack

member #1313
Nic in our neck of the woods most of the Dairy queens are still family owned. The one in Sylvester and Douglas is about the best anywhere. Once you leave South Ga. most are just run of the mill chains.
The one in Powder Springs is still owned by the family that built it (circa 1965-1970). A good friend of mine...his Mom worked there from..well we used to say that she was sit'n there as they poured the foundations..till the day she passed a couple years ago.
 

Triple C

Senior Member
Anybody from the Gainesville area remember the DQ on Riverside Drive just up from City Park. Circa 1966 it was the go to place after every Little League game. Loved the brazier burger and the dipped ice cream cones.
 
Ate a burger at the one in Baldwin a couple months ago. Will stop else where next time I must have a fast food heart attack.
 

Nicodemus

FREELANCE ADMINISTRATOR
Staff member
Nic in our neck of the woods most of the Dairy queens are still family owned. The one in Sylvester and Douglas is about the best anywhere. Once you leave South Ga. most are just run of the mill chains.

Yea, that one in Sylvester is nice. So are the ones in Camilla and Blakely.
 
If y'all ever venture over into Alabama Jack's has a great burger also. Never seen a Jack's outside of Bama.
 

NOYDB

Senior Member
Beat the heat with a DQ treat.
 
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