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  • adj. Attributive form of car hop, noun.


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  • Harry sticks a microphone and speaker on a pole, strings a wire from the lot to the grill, and rides the car-hop wave.

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  • The Eat 'n Park chain does not fit in the same category as the creative and high quality restaurants above, but its location in suburban Pittsburgh is just as green, and has the wind turbine supplies some of the restaurant's power, and Earth-friendly landscaping and special perks for hybrid and low-emission cars help this classic car-hop eatery earn credibility amongst environmentally minded patrons. News

  • While the restaurant retains the "drive-in" portion of its name, car-hop service is part of a bygone era, Hoffman said. - Business News

  • The food is cooked fresh and delived by a car-hop, often on roller skates.

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  • The site plan for the 1,600-square-foot franchise restaurant, known for its car-hop service and made-to-order foods and shakes, would mimic the retro-futuristic look of its facades seen coast to coast.

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  • Not a good career path (and while I started my restaurant career, I never got moved up out of the kitchen where I was a car-hop ....).

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  • That machine fell over onto a car-hop that was giving change to a customer in the parking space next over.

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  • "I started at the curb as a car-hop at age 15, then went inside and worked for years," she said, adding that she liked their food and the fact that they made everything from scratch.


  • Pinocchio's, which also has car-hop service in the summer, features home-made root beer.


  • Marvin's wife, Liz, a former car-hop at the former Douglas Avenue Pinocchio's, said children like to sit by their favorite character.



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