For more than 40 years, Sonic has worked to build its dominant position in the drive-in restaurant business and create a franchise system that offers extraordinary entrepreneurial opportunities in the quick-service restaurant industry. Sonic Drive-Ins offer made-to-order sandwiches and feature signature items such as Extra-Long Cheese Coneys, hand-battered onion rings, tater tots, and a variety of Frozen and Fountain Favorites, including cherry limeades, slushes, and a complete soft-serve dessert menu. At a typical Sonic Drive-In, the customer drives into one of 24 to 36 covered parking spaces and orders made-to-order food through an intercom speaker system. The customer's order is delivered by a carhop usually within four minutes. For a number of years, Sonic has consistently maintained strong real sales growth and industry-leading customer frequency.




Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwiches


Sonic serves up new, limited-time Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwiches and Breakfast Toaster Sandwiches. The Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwiches line is made of Cheddar Bacon Ranch, BLT, and Philly Steak Grilled Cheese Sandwiches while the Breakfast Toaster Sandwich menu consists of the Santa Fe Breakfast Toaster and the Cheddar Sausage Breakfast Toaster.

Here are the details:

  • The Cheddar Bacon Ranch Grilled Cheese Sandwich features bacon, bacon ranch sauce and two slices of melted cheddar cheese between two slices of Texas toast.
  • The BLT Grilled Cheese Sandwich gives you the classic bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes along with melted American cheese on Texas toast.
  • The Philly Steak Grilled Cheese Sandwich features grilled onions and marinated sirloin steak with melted cheddar cheese between two slices of Texas toast.

  • The Santa Fe Sausage Breakfast Toaster comes with two slices of Texas toast sandwiching fire roasted bell peppers, grilled onions, pepper jack cheese, and folded scrambled eggs.
  • Cheddar Sausage Breakfast Toaster features a breakfast sausage patty along with grilled onions, scrambled eggs, and cheddar cheese filling two slices of Texas toast.

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