We went for another cross border shopping trip just to buy the baby back ribs from Costco in Bellingham for a BBQ gathering. Ben loves the meaty baby back ribs from Costco in US.
Every time we drove on I5 to Bellingham, Nanzaro always ask to stop at Sonic, America’s Drive-In. He loves the nostalgic idea of eating in a drive-in.
There are parking stalls for you to park your car, order and eat in your car. Food will be delivered to your car. I saw one of the server was on roller skates while delivering food to cars.
You can also order from the patio and eat at the patio. We prefer to eat at the tables rather than eating in our car.
Food and drink will be delivered to your table.
They even gave us some complementary candies like restaurants do when you pay for your bill.
Nanzaro ordered the Bacon Cheeseburger Toaster Combo for $6.79. You can add sides with extra charges. Nanzaro asked for jalapeno for a charge of 40cents.
Nanzaro’s combo comes with a drink and fries. Nanzaro likes his meal.
Ben and I shared a Supersonic Combo for $6.89. The burger was big enough for two of us.
Ben upgraded his combo’s French fries to onion rings for an extra charge of 40 cents. The onion rings were very crispy outside.
Credit cards are accepted for payment.
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does Costco in US take Canadian bank issued debit interac card?
I’ve never had problems with my debit/interac card at any US till, but never tried at a Costco so I can’t say.
I have seen some Costco in US (but cant recall which one) has the sign that says it accepts Canadian debit card.
Royal Bank is accepted but CIBC is not. Don’t ask me why. They have a cash machine in most locations.