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Apr 30, 2009

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Rachel O.

They do have drive thru liquor stores. You probably just don't live in the right place. I've seen them driving through small towns all over. Just google it and see!

JessPond

They def do have drive-through liquor stores...though I think here you can't get HARD liquor there, just like beer and crap.

No use, that is.

You know...you can usually ask your mailman to bring you stamps with a note! Or you can order them online.

Krystyn

Yes, the should definitely bring back the drive through liquor store. I know they have them in some states but nothing here in georgia!

feener

i believe in FL they have the drive thru liquor stores...i too fall victim to drive thru, pharmacy, dunkin donuts, i really wish SUBWAY had drive thru b/c it would offer something different than the nuggets and burger. also if you could go and just get MILK,EGGS and BREAD at grocery drive thru that would be wonderful.

SUBWAY are you reading ????

Suzanne

I totally agree that a Subway with a drive thru would have my business!

I've seen drive thru liquor stores in the New Orleans area. Also they used to have, and maybe they still do have, drive thru frozen margarita places there. I guess if they don't put the straw in for you they consider it a closed container...

Andrea

The coolest drive through liquor store I ever saw was in Australia. You drove into the store, literally, like being inside a car wash. Awesome.

Shell

Being able to get a few staples, like milk, eggs, bread, and juice would be great. I don't care if it would be a limited selection. Another place that needs a drive-thru is Babies R Us- for diapers. Actually, any store that carries diapers that wants to have a drive-thru for them would be awesome.

We used to go to a drive-thru Japanese place in NC. It was awesome. You had to wait a few minutes after placing your order, but it was something different than the usual fast food fare.

Carol Amie

the drive through options really depend on your location. In AZ I could get any "convenience store" items at a corner drive-thru. In NC, one of the Subways had a drive thru (although I really prefer to watch the assembly process for some odd reason) and here in VA you can order your groceries online with Harris Teeter and then pick them up curbside 4 hours later. Now, don't all you bunchers start flocking to NoVa just for our grocery services. ;)

Cara Fox

Seriously, the rest of the world has drive thru liquor stores? Damn my Bible Belt location!

Heather

I grew up in a small town in Texas... it boasted a drive thru liquor store where you'd drive in (like in a carwash), place your order...and they'd even pack it on ice in a cooler for you. Surprisingly, it somehow went out of business?!

RookieMom Heather

Excellent list!

Where I lived in Tampa had a drive-thru liquor store. Our Starbucks have drive-thrus.

I twice got curbside service at a baby clothes resale shop. Brilliant.

Thanks for sharing.

Knowles

Amen! Drive thrus are the greatest. My other favorite thing is our home delivery milk service which has a great list of other items. I was never a "convenience" person, but with 2 babies, I'm appreciative.

Daphne

I just moved from Florida to South Carolina, and I was so happy to see that all of the Subways were do have Drive Thrus!!!! That was a perk.
I totally agree with you on the post office, and making returns at TJ Maxx or Marshalls. That would be fabulous. It's such a task to do those things. We usually only get one thing done a day in this household with a 3 month old and a 20 month old.

Kristy Snyder

Have you tried online grocery shopping? It is the BEST! Saves money on the impulse buys and it is delivered right to your door. They even pack the food in dry-ice in case you aren't at home.
Ahhhh.....

Jen

I love the Starbucks drive thru! I use it when I have forgotten a teacher gift or something. I can drive thru on the way to school and buy a gift card!

geekymummy

I'm sure you can get some kind of online grocery shopping. Safeway does in in California. I just wish Trader Joes offered this service. In the UK, all the major supermarkets do online ordering, and delivery even late at night. This is my sister's (mom of three also) lifeline.

Linda

I really can't believe more places haven't thought of this. I think there should be some 5 item or less deal at the grocery for drive through....like when you just need milk or eggs and don't really care what brand or type. i did have a friend who told me one time she drove through Wendy's and ordered 10 milks just to get her through til morning!

Harris Teeter has drive up. Order your food online and drive up and then put it in the car for you. That comes pretty close.

Meryloe

i too live for drive thrus and my husband is constantly shocked when i arrange my errands and drive well out of the way so that i can do it all in drive thrus. i am pretty sure that the people at dunkin donutes and chick fil drive thrus recognize me. express grocery store drive thru would be amazing, but i recently discovered several local grocery stores that have online shopping. shop online and they deliver it to your door later that day!

Jenni

There definitely needs to be a drive-thru were moms can pick up some essential baby items without having to drag their kids out of the car; sleeping or not. It should include the staples such as milk, bread, and eggs as well as diapers, formula and baby food. I'm thinking of starting one. If anyone has any suggestions let me know.

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