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Mac Alpine's Soda Fountain
Arizona
Mac Alpine's Soda Fountain has been serving delectable dishes like mom used to make since 1928. When they opened their door at 7th and Oak streets it was beyond the Phoenix city limits which only extended as far north as McDowell. Barry Goldwater used to have his prescriptions filled there when it was also a drugstore. There is a legend that singer Wayne Newton was discovered there by Lew King a local TV host. Today they still serve malteds to high school teens as well as old timers who wish to reminisce.
Copyright: Ned chiariello
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Resolution: 6400x3200
Uploaded: 24/04/2014
Updated: 30/04/2014
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  • Quadena 5 months ago
    I love the look of this old store. Reminds me of the one I use to go to when I was a little gi. Happy times. :)
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