Latham Sonic now open

sonic logoThe new Sonic in Latham opens today, location announced on its Facebook page. It's on Route 7 at Wade Road (map). Hours are 10 am to 10 pm this Monday -- regular hours, 6:30 am to midnight, start Tuesday.

This week is a "soft" opening for the location. There's a grand opening lined up for next week.

Latham is the fast food chain's first location in the Capital Region. It's said previously it has plans to open a total of eight locations around the area.

In years past Sonic often got mentioned as a chain people would like to see here. Maybe they were suffering from limeade deficiency.

By the way: Chick-fil-A has officially mentioned that it's scouting the Albany area for potential sites. [Biz Review]

Find It

Sonic
701 Troy-Schenectady Road
Latham, NY 12110

Comments

Why?

Chick-fil-A?
The openly and stridently homophobic corporation?
That denies birth control coverage to employees?
The corporation that sued the Eat More Kale tshirt small business because they claimed it would be mistaken for their "Eat Mor Chiken" ad campaign?
And lost.

Those people? No thanks.
Finally a solid reason to say "Not in my back yard."

Big day for Smallbany ...

Chick-fil-A? No thanks. Their food is unimpressive, and their politics are disgusting.

Don't bother to bring the right wing fascists from Chick-Fil-A to Albany....we don't need any more greedy, discriminatory companies here! They interfere with people's right to choose AND to make their own healthcare decisions. They are openly nasty and phobic about gays and we don't need them around here. Their food isn't even anything to write home about anyway....

So no thanks!

The 518 does not need anymore commercial FF chains clogging up our arteries and highways. The proposed Sonic in Troy (Hoosick St Plaza) will create another traffic snafu during peak drive times. Ugh

And chick fila-keep your right wing tyrannical mumbo-jumbo south of the mason dixon line. We are content with Popeyes!

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