Lets talk about country-based fast food chains.
If you're from the United States, please post fast food chains that only exist in the state you live.
I'll start with Sweden.
Soon to be franchising near you!
You guys who have never experienced these smothered in Cane's sauce with their sweet tea have never lived
As soon as I'm back in New Orleans I'm having the cabbie swing through
The things in this picture are all they make, different orders are just variations in quantities
Nothing like a pastrami burger after a day of heavy drinking in Utah. Crown burger or really any of the Greek burger places.
Braum's. It is one notch above DQ in the sense that ice cream is their thing but they also have food. They don't exist outside of a 1-day's drive of Oklahoma City
technically Culver's is out of Wisconsin now, but I still consider it a Wisconsin burger joint
Culver's is a Wisconsin based chain. Their frozen custard is a cut above most dairies, but selection is limited. Salted caramel cashew is my favorite. They also put butter on their burgers
Roast with mayo. Reheated in a bag, so the bread is soggy, too.
They've got much better stuff, but this is a holdover from the 80s and is considered their staple roll even though nobody buys it.
I actually live in the city where the first inn-n-out was started. It's a total shithole
>tfw the president only comes down around once a year to nervously cut a couple of ribbons and leave, probably scared of all the beaner poorfags.
Colorado. Santiago's is my favorite local chain, but I don't think it really qualifies as fast food.
>If you're from the United States, please post fast food chains that only exist in the state you live.
As of 2011, Fuddruckers had 56 company-operated restaurants and 129 franchises across the United States with one in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, one in Chile, two in Italy, two in Mexico, one in Panama, one in Dominican Republic, one in Poland, one in Puerto Rico, two in Beirut, Lebanon, one in Morocco, five in United Arab Emirates and ten in Saudi Arabia and recently in Colombia.
Nice cheap and fast burgers. Nothing fancy but so tastey
Fastest burrito rollers in Boston/Cambridge
(they did a survey of boston 'ritto joints, if you know how to order they can have a burrito rolled in something like 43 seconds and it's the dank.)
Wrong washington dicks you westside homo
This shithole has been around for years. They started in negro towns. That's where I first had it, years ago. It's fucking awful. Always soggy, and greasier than my fucking ass. I understand fast food is greasy, Planet Wings is on another level. Dont even try to compare it to a place like KFC, or Popeyes. Not even in the same quasar. You can compare it to Wild Wings, they are both awful. But at least Wild Wings has beer.
>tfw you get your cheap metrosexual dicks
>Anything East of Texas
Enjoy your shit-tier degenerated "culture" and only relevance being historical. The two shittiest cities on the West Coast, SF and LA, are also the cities that are most like the East Coast.
If the west coast was no longer relevant then wouldn't wall street have moved out west? You make the east coast sound like its a gaint wasteland that doesn't generate anything of significance.
Chigger, go away.
Asians crossed a temporary bridge caused by glaciations into the Americas, once there, they were trapped. Over tens of thousands of years their migratory path spread from Alaska to Tiara del Fuego in Argentina.
I am Irish and I know this... you're a swaggy white american teenager, why don't YOU know this?
2/10 for the response.
Still open, must have been a remodel.
Hmm, must have been bought out. Good for them, that's the dream of franchising restaurants is to have someone with more money than you make you an offer you can't refuse.
That happened to the Cozy Castle cafe in Yorktown, Starbucks paid them $10,000,000 to go away... and they did. Never saw a Starbucks go up so fast.
Know any good places to buy whole bean coffee? My brother has become a coffee snob , and while he brings some pretty nice beans home consulting I was hoping to find him a place in the area.
We're less about shitty small fast food chains and more about shitty Coney islands. Oh wait, the Coney islands are starting to open franchises. So original Coney island is on a street, let's say it's called dickbutt Blvd. It's called the Dickbutt Blvd Coney. They open another mile away, called Dickbutt Blvd Coney II. The new Coney is nowhere near dickbutt blvd. They've since opened 3 more.
Yea... looks like they went out of business last year. I haven't had the stuff in ages, just clicked on a random picture to post... like this one.
I tried their coffee at Bread Alone in Rhinebeck, so I started to order it online. It's really great and worth the price in my opinion. To each their own. I don't know of any coffee roasters in the Hudson Valley region or Westchester... although I am certain there are a few hipstery places up in Poughkeepsie by Vassar college that make their own brew.
If he wasn't particular about freshly roasted, I would settle, but since he is, I have to find a place that actually ROASTS on premises locally, which makes it harder.
His Christmas present from me is a nice electric burr grinder, so I was looking at helping him find a place he would like too.
I'll take a look anon, thanks for the suggestion!
Wards in Mississippi. They might be in Alabama now but fuck it. Pretty good
Australia, so I don't really have any unique chains, but mcdonalds here is kind of weird now.
Unlinke yours trying to compete with chick fil a and Carl's jr or whatever, ours is trying to compete grill'd, and now serves coleslaw and 'gourmet' burgers
I have a weak spot for processed cheese that is being attacked right now.
>Country-based fast food chains
>Not talking about this motherfucker and his glorious hot mess of a global conglomerate and its shitty but oddly satisfying food
>Don & Millie's
>(no more Tastee Inn & Out)
Those are all multiple-location fast food joints. Thanks Nebraska.
Posting Fat Mos
>best fucking burger i've ever tasted
>those seasoned fries
Is Tennessee one of those places where they just cook everything until it's burnt as fuck?
I wouldn't know, because nobody I know has been to Tennessee, and apparently nobody from Tennessee has ever left their home town.
So Korea has many chains. Basically every shop is a chain because muh chaebol muh anti-competitive oligopoly so yeah.
Anyway here is Kyochon chicken, probably the best major chain. Fried chicken in spicy sauce (y)
Uh ohh the BHC chicken police have arrived
Baltimore City and Washington, D.C.
Hip Hop Fish and Chicken.
It's just a ghetto KFC.
>spent some time in france
>there's a subway in the middle of the town with a superior, cheaper baguette sandwich shop on either side
>all the french people are getting their sandwiches at the fucking subway
I remember seeing a similar thing in Paris where Starbucks was the most crowded cafe, and it wasn't even tourists.
Pretty rare in the UK now as BK took over most stores.
>Fast food served slow
Goddamn national treasure. Nobody does pigeon better.
It's so CHEAP.
Because a lot of regional fast food chains become local favorites and known as a "state thing," but eventually they become popular enough to spread to other regions. They're still known as a "state thing" but we never hear about the expansion into other states because we already have chains closeby so it's not noteworthy.
Like I was tempted to post Whataburger since it's the national fast food chain of Texas but they've opened up chains in florida, georgia and I think like arkansas or some shit.
In N Out came about during a time when the big chains like McD and BK had run everyone else out of business by being much cheaper despite their much lower quality. In N Out was able to match their pricing and offer something that was slightly higher in quality.
However now that people are willing to pay more than the absolute minimum for a burger there are many other new chains that have come about and they're all better than In N Out. In N Out filled a void but they can't compete with anything other than nostalgia
I always agreed that buffalo ny would be the joke of the universe until...
Spangles in Kansas. The closest one to me closed down, so I'm not really sure when I'll have it again.
Their commercials are amazing, and almost always feature their spokeswoman and her speech impediment.
One more commercial for whoever wants to laugh at people who talk funny.
>“People would e-mail and the whole e-mail would be, any time there was an 's,' they would write the e-mail the way I talk.
>TFW Korean girls are infinitely hotter than any other variety of Asian girl
>TFW they're not bitchy like Chinese, they don't act like they're being molested when they fuck like nip girls, they're not filthy like Viet chicks
>TFW you're a white guy in his early thirties that will never have a Korean waifu