This past summer on a roadtrip back from the cruise terminal in Brooklyn we stopped for several days where we used to live in Charlottesville, Virginia. The first day there we couldn’t resist going to Hardees for lunch. It was one of the few restaurants that we remembered left standing in the exact same location at the corner of Rio Road and Seminole Trail or 29North. In the old days we used to always order hot ham and cheese sandwiches. Those still appeared on the menu. But we opted for cheeseburgers, for in the years since we last visited Carl’s Junior has taken over the chain. We headed for the same table just to the right of the door. Amazingly the seating was exactly the same. It seemed for a magical moment at lunch that late July day as if we’d never left town.
This eatery didn’t exist when we used to live in Charlottesville. We stumbled upon it in a shopping center on 29North near the airport exit. One day for lunch we ended up there. But it was mobbed and there was no seating available. The air-conditioning wasn’t any good. We moved to the next door yogurt shop that was deserted and had my husband bring the takeout order of sandwiches there where the A/C was much better and we could find a place to sit down. I don’t recommend it.
Selection Of Frozen Yogurts Wonderful:
We ate here more than once on our nostalgic trip back to Charlottesville this past summer where we used to live before moving to Tucson. Sweet Frog is new and we never ate there before, but we were pleasantly surprised at how good the A/C was. Also it wasn’t crowded at all. And the selection of frozen yogurts was wonderful. It was self-serve. You paid at the cash register and seated yourself where you pleased.