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I'm not saying that you shouldn't do this and get your free meal, but the food and service has went down terribly. I used to go to the original location (when there wasn't any local ones) many times when I traveled to Daytona Beach, FL and loved the real steakburgers, skinny fries, and hand-dipped milkshakes most of all. Now the food is small and sub-par and the milkshake is soft-serve like most other places. The service was the first to go with long waits in the dining room and the drive-thru window. I quit getting food there when it went downhill 3-5yrs ago and quit getting milkshakes a year or so ago when they switched from real ice-cream (thought it was a fluke bad milkshake the first time...when it happened again I did some research and found out the real cause). The new owners have killed what used to be a fantastic restaurant. I just hope that they go bankrupt and someone else buys it that wants to bring back good food and service. RIP S'nS
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I'm not saying that you shouldn't do this and get your free meal, but the food and service has went down terribly. I used to go to the original location (when there wasn't any local ones) many times when I traveled to Daytona Beach, FL and loved the real steakburgers, skinny fries, and hand-dipped milkshakes most of all. Now the food is small and sub-par and the milkshake is soft-serve like most other places. The service was the first to go with long waits in the dining room and the drive-thru window. I quit getting food there when it went downhill 3-5yrs ago and quit getting milkshakes a year or so ago when they switched from real ice-cream (thought it was a fluke bad milkshake the first time...when it happened again I did some research and found out the real cause). The new owners have killed what used to be a fantastic restaurant. I just hope that they go bankrupt and someone else buys it that wants to bring back good food and service. RIP S'nS
I think you're talkin' loco. The main ingredient in the milkshakes is still ice cream and they have not altered the way they are made. You can check the site and look at the ingredients in them for yourself: "We've made our shakes the same way since 1934. They're hand-dipped into stainless steel containers, mixed with fresh milk and topped with whipped cream and a cherry."

Frankly, it's a rather odd rant you went on there, especially when it's riddled with false statements Wink
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I think you're talkin' loco. The main ingredient in the milkshakes is still ice cream and they have not altered the way they are made. You can check the site and look at the ingredients in them for yourself: "We've made our shakes the same way since 1934. They're hand-dipped into stainless steel containers, mixed with fresh milk and topped with whipped cream and a cherry."

Frankly, it's a rather odd rant you went on there, especially when it's riddled with false statements https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif
Get me a photo of buckets of ice-cream behind the counter and I'll believe you, until then I stand by my statements. There have been numerous reports (perhaps just locally, I haven't investigated outside of my typical travel area) of their milkshakes being changed to a base in an attempt to cut costs (much like the change from real ground steak in the burgers and then to paper-thin patties. I think someone just "forgot" to change their statement on the website. Here's what CBS had to say about the cherries [cbsnews.com]; now why do you think they wanted those new milkshake machines they mention in that article instead of using the same design that has been used in soda shops for the better part of a century?

Don't get me wrong, I sincerely hope that things have changed for the better, but with the new ownership I seriously doubt it. Before they started building franchises I even wrote the CEO at the time a letter urging them to build locations in NC so I was able to visit them more often. I don't have any stock in Hardees or Chick-Fil-A (but I almost bought some S'nS stock years ago). They went from my hands-down favorite "fast-food" chain to one that I won't visit in the course of a few years after selling out to new ownership.
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