The Wayback Machine.
Bill and Ted’s excellent phone booth.
But we can assure you that the time-traveling device we’re about to expose you to is very, very real.
It’s called a bologna sandwich.
See, Summerdale—a new eatery bathed in the warm glow of yesteryear right down to the enchanting aroma of thick-cut charred bologna—opens tomorrow in Andersonville. (See the slideshow here.)
It’s basically a little throwback neighborhood diner. The menu’s written on a chalkboard. The walls are dotted with things like posters from the Edgewater Hotel’s glory days and a picture of Miss Andersonville 1966. The bartender is quick with a Harvey Wallbanger or a Rusty Nail.
Oh, and Marty Fosse of Anteprima, Ombra and Acre fame is a partner here, so expect your comfort food to be very... comfortable.
A low-key dinner with friends sounds about right. Someone’s going to order some IPA cheese spread and one of those bologna sandwiches. Someone’s going to order a Double Napkin Burger. And everyone will order root beer floats and ice cream sandwiches because that’s what you do in diners.
That, and drink Rusty Nails, apparently.