Delgadillo's Snow Cap
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Snow Cap Drive-In: "Sorry, We're Open"
In 1953, working with only scrap lumber, Juan Delgadillo built the Snow Cap Drive-In. Today, it's still one of the most well-known stops along Route 66. From the restaurant's "Sorry, We're Open" neon sign to the menu's "cheeseburger with cheese" and "dead chicken," Delgadillo had a flare for the all things wacky. Photo by Don Graham/Flickr
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