Tuesday, June 5, 2012

More Vintage Dairy Queen


 These two are both in Hamilton Ontario.




The former site of the Mt. Dennis DQ as mentioned by Rick M below.

This one's at St. Clair and Pharmacy.

8 comments:

  1. I can remember when Dairy Queen stores in some areas closed for the winter months. In my hometown the opening of the Dairy Queen was a sure sign spring had arrived.

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  2. Yes, they would close and at Christmas they'd use it as a Christmas tree lot.

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  3. There was a DQ near the corner of Lambton and Weston Road in Mt. Dennis. Walking there for an ice cream or a sundae at the end of a summer day was one of the great rituals of the season. It was seasonal, as I recall - empty from October to May.

    I knew the "high street" stretch of Weston that passed through the neighbourhood was truly dead when it closed some time in the late '80s. The street has never bounced back - I wonder if the Eglinton LRT station due to open sometime in my lifetime will help put some life back into it.

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  4. There are less of them. There's still a good one in Parry Sound

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  5. There's sort of a modernized one on broadview at mortimer and an original one at st. Clair east and pharmacy...teems with people in summer evenings and smells like an old dairy queen. Yummy.

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  6. Thanks for the update. I'll have a look.

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  7. Shoot, I should have remembered the St. Clair one. Grew up at Pharmacy and Lawrence area. But we went to the one at Victoria Park and Lawrence. Became a 'Steak Queen' I think.

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  8. We have one in Brampton that is open year round and there are lineups every night in the summer.

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