It’s just after 1 p.m. on the longest day of the year. The San Joaquin Valley heat hasn’t yet turned all the way up, and it looks like a thunderstorm is brewing over the eastern foothills, cumulonimbus clouds heaping upon themselves like meringue.
Against this heat, Andre’s Drive-In beckons like an oasis. It’s a concrete and steel mid-century space ship that looks like it fell from the sky 65 years ago, smack dab in the middle of Bakersfield. As I wait for my food, I look at the giant curbside arrow — reminiscent of In-n-Out’s famed logo, which came out around the same time — pointing the way from the street as I wait for my food.
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