Is it? What if you’re in town to have eye surgery? Well, now that I think of it, Ott’s would still be IT, complete with a typographically inconsistent "s." It is, after all, the World’s Finest. And more:

For decades in the middle of the 20th century, Ott’s Drive-in near Fisherman’s Wharf was known for two things: its enormous 250-space parking lot and getting robbed on a regular basis.

But for a brief yet electric moment, the drive-in at 550 Bay St. became a high-tech pioneer in food service. On May 22, 1967, Ott’s became the first fast-food spot in San Francisco, after installing the only automated ordering system in the Bay Area.

Yes, computerized hamburgers. The wave of the future - in fifty years.