The vintage Burger King at Concord Mall looks more “livable” than modern homes

On Tuesday, June 28, a post went viral on Twitter featuring a vintage Burger King found at Concord Mall in Delaware.

@RealJezebelley posted a snapshot of the place on the social media page. The photo was apparently taken in April this year and has only now found its way to Twitter.

The post has garnered many opinions from users over the past two days.

Concord Mall’s Vintage Burger King looks very cozy

The photo was taken in April this year by a man named Jonathon Pruitt.

At the time of writing, @RealJezebelley’s Twitter post showcasing the fully intact vintage Burger King has received over 180,000 likes and over 17,000 retweets.

After seeing the stunning location, wrote one user: “Vintage Burger King is cozier and more welcoming than most American $2000/month apartments.”

The user’s hot take on location seems pretty accurate. With the pastel-colored tables and upholstered wooden seats, the restaurant conveys a homely atmosphere. The floor also has wood tile designs that give off the 70’s and 80’s diner vibe which is quite nostalgic.

The vintage restaurant really feels more homey these days than many modern apartments, which are designed with bland aesthetics like white walls, gray sofa, and minimalist decor, all of which create a distant and distant vibe.

Tom Dahlke, the general manager of the Delaware mall, spoke after the picture went viral. He said: “It’s kind of cool. When I saw it for the first time I was blown away.

“It’s kind of cool to have something so nostalgic in the building. We hope to rent it and move into it soon.”

Twitter responded to the discovery

Twitter quickly filled up with interesting take on the newly discovered place.

“Frightening to think of an equally ancient version of the Burger King mascot slowly emerging from the shadows at his back, and despite the burial’s stagnant years, a crown still gleaming atop his head.” joked one user.

said another user: “Now I have visions of an entire secret society living in tunnels under Wilmington and eating in an old 70’s Burger King.”

“What a glorious thing to discover” wrote another user.

Can we visit the vintage Burger King? reports that the so-called relic is on the ground floor of the Concord Mall.

At the time of writing, it is only accessible with the help of an employee’s key. Therefore, you cannot stop by in passing.

As the mall’s GM previously revealed, the space could soon be leased to another company.

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