Wilkes-Barre Township Sonic ‘temporarily closed,’ website says

By Bill O’Boyle - [email protected]
Order stations at Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township stand idle on Thursday. The restaurant is “temporarily closed,” according to its website. - Sean McKeag | Times Leader
Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township is “temporarily closed,” according to its website. Garbage receptacles were placed to stop vehicles from accessing the site. Calls to the company’s corporate office were not immediately returned. - Sean McKeag | Times Leader

WILKES-BARRE TWP. — Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township is closed, though it’s unclear why.

The website for the Kidder Street fast food restaurant says the facility is “temporarily closed.” Calls to the company’s corporate office in Oklahoma City, Okla. were not immediately returned.

Lights at the restaurant were all out on Wednesday night, and there were garbage receptacles in the driveway Thursday morning to prevent vehicles from entering the property.

Order stations at Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township stand idle on Thursday. The restaurant is “temporarily closed,” according to its website.
https://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_TTL042718Sonic1-1.jpgOrder stations at Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township stand idle on Thursday. The restaurant is “temporarily closed,” according to its website. Sean McKeag | Times Leader

Sonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township is “temporarily closed,” according to its website. Garbage receptacles were placed to stop vehicles from accessing the site. Calls to the company’s corporate office were not immediately returned.
https://www.timesleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_TTL042718Sonic2-1.jpgSonic Drive-In in Wilkes-Barre Township is “temporarily closed,” according to its website. Garbage receptacles were placed to stop vehicles from accessing the site. Calls to the company’s corporate office were not immediately returned. Sean McKeag | Times Leader

By Bill O’Boyle

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