At summer camp, with lunch we were often served half-pints of something called "orange drink" — as I remember, always in opaque cartons.
If the containers had been clear, we campers might have seen something like "Nedick's famous orange drink" ($1.99), shown intruding on the blissed-out company logo. "Orange" might be meant as a color or a flavor; it's a miss on both.
The "Chicago," a specialty dog listed on the menu board behind the counter, was unavailable on my visit. (Or ever, is my guess: The counterwoman was confused by my request, her manager made a brusque offer of a "regular hot dog," and (updated?) menu boards at two Penn Station locations don't mention it at all.) The hot dog ("Nedick's special"; $2.65) was a couple of bites short of filling out its bun; it, too, compared unfavorably with the company signage. As for my first, thwarted order, we'll always have Shack-cago.
1286 Broadway (33rd-34th Sts.)
(One of many locations)