64 Andergrove Road,
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Previously operated by: Birch, Carroll & Coyle
The Grove Drive-In opened on 11th January 1960 with Ethel Merman in “There’s No Business Like Show Business” & James Stewart in “Call Northside 777”. It was operated by the local Gillam family. Taken over by Birch Carroll and Coyle in November 1972. Birch Carroll & Coyle built a new snack bar and projection building(bio box) behind the original snack bar and projection(bio box), and upon completion in 1974, the original buildings were demolished.
Three days later there remained no trace! The Grove Drive-in closed in 1987 with Ally Sheedy in “Short Circuit” & Noah Hathaway in “The NeverEnding Story”. It lay dormant for the next two years. The snack bar was demolished in 1997 (the last part of the Grove Drive-in remaining). The site is now a Tavern(Andergrove Tavern) and a house.
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