A view of the Burger King drive through at the Observation Post at the Presidio, which served as a Burger King from 1989 to 1996. (Courtesy Presidio Trust)

A view of the Burger King drive through at the Observation Post at the Presidio, which served as a Burger King from 1989 to 1996. (Courtesy Presidio Trust)

Observation Post at the Presidio: Remembering the Burger King with the best view

The Observation Post at the Presidio is set to be torn down. The building once served as a Burger King location from 1989 to 1996, so Examiner columnist Joe Fitzgerald-Rodriguez and his mother, Joy Fitzgerald took a stroll down memory lane and chowed down on some BK one last time while taking in the view.

 

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A view of the Burger King drive through at the Observation Post at the Presidio, which served as a Burger King from 1989 to 1996. (Courtesy Presidio Trust)




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