is the real thing. They started off as a walk up
ice cream and burger stand and kept adding on until the
ended up with a drive-in and a dining room. The menu
under the onion rings shows Wright's 1958 pricing.
The headliner at
Wright's is the SuperBurger - like a Big Mac, but
introduced maybe 10 years before the Big Mac. The two
patties combine to make a quarter pounder. The
sauce, a secret.
Also had a hot dog
- topped with mustard, onions and relish. They
also do slaw dogs. The onion rings are home made.
You order in your
car, or at the original counter if you're on the way to
the dining room, or by telephone at your table if you
skip the counter. However you order it, they bring it to
you - no standing around and waiting.
A good place to
take a step or two back in time.