Sno-white offers everything from deep fried okra to 50 flavors of milkshakes. Of course, the good old fashioned classic burger, fries, and a drink are #1! Soft-serve cones (chocolate and vanilla twisted together) dipped in a rich crunchy chocolate give your taste buds a real treat and help cool you off during those hot summer days. Six flavors of freezes, an unlimited number of sundae combinations, and banana splits are summer favorites.
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OWNERS OF LOCAL SNO-WHITE DRIVE-INS
Partners, Daryl Daniel and Bobbie Spinner, own and operate the Riverbank Sno-white Drive In. They opened the Riverbank Drive-In in 1993 and are proud to say their foods are made-to-order. If you choose to order in advance, call 869-6833 (3442 Atchison St., Riverbank). When you are in Riverbank on a summer's Saturday evening, look for Elvis at Sno-white. You may just find him!
THE HISTORY OF SNO-WHITE DRIVE-INS
Sno-white Drive In was founded in Stockton by Henry Nelson in the 1950’s. In 1960 Daryl Daniel's father, Ron Daniel, bought a Sno-white. Sno-white was marketed through franchises and grew to 200 stores in California and 2 in Guam. The Sno-whites in California were located in an area from Bakersfield to Chico. In 1963, Ron Daniel and the Setliff Bros. worked together to coordinate the development of the Sno-whites in Stanislaus County. In the beginning, soft-serve ice cream, burgers, fries, and sodas were sold. Later the menu included chicken and appetizers.