PENSACOLA NOSTALGIA

Old McDonalds

This McDonalds on Pace Blvd was the first McDonalds in Pensacola. The sign changed when they hit the 1 Million Sold mark.


Sandy's

Sandy's was across the street from McDonalds on Pace Blvd. We knew them best for their Grilled Cheese sandwiches which my brother liked. Krystals came in down the street with "Get A Sack Full" 10c each. We still like McDonalds better.


Old Firehouse Drive-In

PLACES TO REMEMBER

  • The Driftwood Restaurant - Downtown
  • The Florida Theater - Downtown
  • The Saenger Theater - Downtown
  • The Rex Theater - Downtown
  • The Ritz Theater
  • Hotel San Carlos - Downtown
  • Jerry's Drive-In - East Pensacola
  • Machine Gun Kelly's - 666 Scenic Hwy.
  • The Old Firehouse Drive-In - East Gregory St.
  • The Chicken Box
  • The Casino on Pensacola Beach
  • The Sugar Bowl - Pensacola Beach
  • The Tiki
  • The Sahara Club
  • The Penn Theater - Cervantes
  • The Twin-Air Drive-In - Navy Blvd.
  • The Ranch Drive-In - Pace Blvd. south of Sandy's
  • The first McDonalds in Pensacola - Pace Blvd. South of Fairfield Dr.
  • Sandy's Hamburgers on Pace Blvd. across from the McDonalds
  • Chicks BarBQ at Pace Blvd. and Massachusetts Ave.
  • Lums Restaurant - Hot Dogs Steamed in Beer- Pace at the Triangle
  • Biff Burgers - Pace Blvd at the Triangle.
  • Shoppers Fair
  • Town and Country Plaza and Gayfers
  • El Palacio
  • The Shrimp Box on Navy Blvd.
  • Trader Jon's - Downtown
  • The Red Garter - Downtown
  • M & M Billiards - "E" St.
  • Golden Crown Recreation Center - Mobile Hwy and Fairfield Dr.
  • The Union Pool Room - Downtown
  • The Old Fairgrounds - Behind Town and Country Plaza on Fairfield Dr.
  • Warren Hardware - Texar and "E" St.
  • Hopkins Boarding House - Baylen and Cervantes
  • Pensacola Dairy Company
  • T T Wentworth Museum on Old Palafox

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