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Nevada Eateries

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former Red Barn [gone]
Las Vegas, NV
This former Red Barn housed the Dona Norma restaurant when these photos were taken in 2014. I don't believe the tower on the right was original. This building was demolished in 2016. The Red Barn chain was established in 1961 in Springfield, OH. There are lots of adapted buildings around the country, including these in Colorado. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

Schlotzky's Deli
Las Vegas, NV
Schlotzky's Deli originally housed Nifty's Drive-in. Does anyone have a vintage photo? [map]

Tacos Mexico
Las Vegas, NV
This Tacos Mexico location must have housed another restaurant originally. Does anyone know what it was? [map]

former Carrol's Hamburgers
North Las Vegas, NV

2006:

2014:
This Carrol's Hamburgers was part of a nationwide chain was established in 1960. The Carrol's locations were converted into Burger Kings in 1975. Somehow, this building one escaped. Perhaps it was already closed by then. Although the building had been occupied by an auto parts store before these 2006 photos, many of the original details survived. The building was vacant at that point and still is. By 2010, the signs had either been removed or painted over. The pole sign was gone and the fins that projected above the roof had been removed. The only other Carrol's building of this type that I know of that survived, although drastically remodeled as a Domino's Pizza is in Annandale, VA. That building was even further remodeled by 2012. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

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Frosty Stand (McGill)

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