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Arby's Roast Beef & Chuck Wagons (page 2)

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former Arby's
Albuquerque, NM
This former Arby's now houses Auto Station, a used car dealer. [map]

former Arby's
Albuquerque, NM
This former Arby's in Albuquerque now houses a Starbucks. There is a modern Arby's location right next door. For more, see this website. [map]

former Arby's [gone]
King of Prussia, PA
former Arby's
Pomona, CA
This former Arby's in King of Prussia was also adapted for Starbucks. I believe this Starbucks moved to a new location in 2013. By 2015, this building was gone.

This former Arby's in Pomona was built in 1970. It closed in 2012 and the hat sign was removed. The building was still vacant when this photo was taken in 2013. It was still vacant in 2015. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Roberto's Taco Shop
Chula Vista, CA
2008: 2014:
This Arby's was repurposed as a Roberto's Taco Shop. Sometime after 2010, the building and sign were spruced up. [map]

former Arby's
Portland, OR
Bob Boast Dodge [gone]
Bradenton, FL
This former Arby's has housed the Mr. Oscar Hair Stylist since at least 2007. [map]

Bob Boast Dodge occupied another former Arby's building. This photo is from 2005. By 2014, the dealership had demolished this building. This building had a seated Pioneer statue on the roof until 2004 when it was destroyed by a hurricane. The statue came from the Wagon-Ho located next door which had closed.

former Arby's [gone]
Kansas City, MO
former Arby's
Norfolk, VA
former Arby's [gone]
Austin, TX
former Arby's
Pensacola, FL
This Arby's sign in Kansas City and building were adapted by Texas Tom's. Additions were made to all sides of the covered wagon building. The location is now closed and the Arby's hat sign was removed in 2010. There was at least two other Texas Tom's with adapted Arby's hat signs but this was the last one. For more, see this website. [photo thanks Glenda Campbell]

While this Arby's building in Norfolk is gone, this hat sign was adapted for a loans business. This photo is from 2010. By 2014, the neon had been replaced with backlit plastic. [map]

This Arby's sign in Austin was adapted by the Hat Creek Burger Co. This photo is from 2011. In 2014, the restaurant remodeled and the sign was removed. For more, see this website.

This former Arby's in Pensacola housed the New Hope Christian Center when this photo was taken in 2010. By 2013, the building had been repainted and now houses a Merry Maids office. [map]

former Arby's
San Antonio, TX
former Arby's
Sacramento, TX
This former Arby's in San Antonio has housed El Paraiso Ice Cream since at least 2006. [map]

This former Arby's in Sacramento now houses A Plus Auto Sales. [map]

More Arby's Covered Wagon Buildings:
Atlanta, GA [map]
Omaha, NE [gone?]
Boardman, OH

More Arby's "Brand" Tile Floors:
Lynchburg, VA

Chuck Wagon
Wheat Ridge, CO

2004:

2012:
This Chuck Wagon was built in 1961 to resemble a Conestoga Wagon. It has housed numerous businesses over the years including The Grill Next Door, O'Brien's Wings & Things, and Silver's Burgers-N-Wings. The building housed Big Mama's Burritos in 2012. [map]

Taco Loco Wagon
Dallas, TX

2006:

2011:
The Taco Loco Wagon was supposedly built around 1945-1955. I believe it was originally part of the "Chuc Wagun" chain (see links at the bottom of this page). The building's size and design are also so similar to the Chuck Wagon in Denver described above that they were probably related.

This location was previously known as the Taco Wagon and the Fajitas Wagon. In 2011, the building was undergoing renovation. It reopened later that year. A canopy was added which bisects the building beneath the covered wagon top feature. The place looked closed by 2016. For more, see this website. [map]

former Chuckwagon Restaurant
Jamestown, ND
The Chuckwagon Restaurant building is now used as storage by the Frontier Bar & Grill. Does anyone know when it was built and when it closed? [map]

Chuckwagon Cafe & Bar
Granby, CO
The Chuckwagon Cafe & Bar was known as Arnold's Chuckwagon in the 1950s. The sign on the roof and the covered wagon entrance were there then. Before that, the restaurant was known as the Chuck Wagon Inn with a simple "Cafe" sign on the roof. The building was the same then. [map]

More Covered Wagons:
Wagon Ho! (Birmingham, AL; gone)
Chuck Wagon Cafe (Grand Junction, CO; gone)
The Chuck Wagon (Wilmington, DE; gone)
Covered Wagon Restaurant (Chicago, IL) [gone]
World's Largest Covered Wagon (Milford, NE)
Cowboy Coffee (Packwood, WA)
Dilly Wagons: 1, 2, 3 (various locations)

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