Long lines snaked around Byron's Drive-In Wednesday night as people tried to get their last taste of food from Byron's Drive-In.
Forty-seven years of serving the community through Byron's Drive-In is coming to an end on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013.
Byron's Drive-In is known for its shrimp burger, oyster burger, fried Twinkies and Green River drink.
Andy Wong opened up Byron's Drive-In in 1965 and it has been going strong for 47 years.
Thirty-five employees will be affected by the closing.
On Feb. 28, many people stood in line before the sun came up to get their last meal at Byron's.
People have been posting heartfelt goodbyes to the owner and employees.
The man who started Byron's Drive-In opened Andy's Drive-In in Kailua in 1957.
It was the first drive-in in Windward Oahu.
Andy Wong died in 1985 of cancer at the age of 57. But, his legacy lives on.
The Wong family opened 19 establishments including Orson's, Wong's Okazu-Ya and Byron's Steak House.
The matriarch of the family, Marian Wong, was only 16 when it all began. "It was crazy, but it was fun," said Marian.
Food is already running out.
Owner Lori Wong says she has been holding cooking classes and hopes to do more with a bit of traveling.
Marian also loves traveling and thinks she might go to Malaysia next.
Byron's Drive-In is the final of 19 establishments by the Wong family to close.
By the afternoon of the day Byron's was closing, there was a line that stretched all the way to Nimitz Highway. It will take the people at the end of the line at least an hour before they order their food. Byron's closes at 10 p.m.