No wonder the Adams-Sheetz “drive-in” restaurants were called “Drive Inns” in the 1940s. With offerings like these (from a location on 8th & Maple downtown), a nap before driving-out was probably in order. The great mobile promise of L.A. automotive culinary culture was perhaps nowhere better workshopped than with a plate of bacon-stuffed Welsh Rarebit eaten over a steering wheel.
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