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Sure, chains like McDonald’s and Wendy’s have offered salads for quite a while now, but making an effort to be healthy via a few token menu items does not a healthy restaurant make (as they say, you can put lipstick on a pig ). However, in recent years, chain restaurants have emerged that are legitimately healthy, and these are the top 10. A new website ranks popular restaurant chains in the United States based on the healthiness of their food, and aims to make it easier for people to find healthy. The website, called Grellin, uses nutrition information from meals at 100 of the nation’s restaurant chains, and ranks the restaurants based on the proportion of their meals that qualify as “healthy.”The researchers call this percentage the “Grellin grade.”. Red Lobster’s Lobsterita is almost 900 calories, and a personal pizza from Uno’s has enough sodium for a week. More chains are starting to incorporate healthier choices and calorie-restricted meals.

We did some research so you didn’t have to, and went ahead and identified the top 10 healthiest chain restaurants out there. The Protein Bar. 251 rows · May 30, 2019 · Check out the top 250 Restaurant Chains in America!

What is a. In America, the term “fast food” comes with a certain set of associations that usually involve bright colors, the smell of French fries, grayish burger patties, and frightening clowns. It’s time to put those images aside, because a new age of fast food is dawning.

After decades of growth and consolidation, the food system is finally growing smaller — in good. The Healthiest Dishes at 30 Major Restaurant Chains. Applebee’s. For calorie-appropriate portions, look for Applebee’s Lighter Fare, which are all under 700 calories per dish.

Among the options are Arby’s. The classic offerings at this sandwich chain aren’t especially vegetable-heavy, so get. An American fast food restaurant chain that is headquartered in College Park, Georgia. They specialize in chicken sandwiches.

This chain now operates more than 2,200 restaurants, primarily in the United States. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They also offer catered selections for special events.

Most Popular U.S. Chain Restaurants, Ranked. When restaurateur Alan Stillman opened the very first TGI Friday’s in New York City in 1965, he launched a casual-dining craze. Soon, restaurants like Applebee’s, Olive Garden and Red Lobster were also serving satisfying staples in a relaxed atmosphere, and opening outposts across the U.S.

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Restaurant Recommendations FastFoodburger chains (McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King) • Garden side salads with reduced-fat or fat-free salad dressing.

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Chain restaurants in communities where calorie information was posted included healthier choices than the same chain restaurants residing in areas where labeling was not required.

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Restaurants with at least 15 locations were required to visibly post the calorie content of all regular menu items, fast-food restaurants had to post calorie labels on menu boards and sit-down restaurants had to list calories on the printed menu.

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In some regards, full-service restaurants proved to be even worse than takeout and fast food spots; in particular, entrées at family style restaurants averaged more calories, fat, and sodium than fast food options.

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As Americans consume 41% of their food outside of their homes, and both adults and children consume one-third of their calories from eating out [48], it is imperative that restaurants, especially fast foods, be controlled by the healthy quality of their foods.

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When the leading fast food chain meals are compared for overall nutritional value, Subway® consistently gets the highest scores.88 In terms of french fries and cooking oils, In-N-Out® Burgers (West coast only) comes out on top.

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It’s not impossible to make food choices at fast food restaurants that aren’t completely horrible for your body — salads come to mind.

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Many large chain restaurants, including Wendy’s, McDonald’s, and Darden restaurants (Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Longhorn Steakhouse), released press releases on opening LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) stores.

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New York City and Washington state, for instance, both require calorie counts to be posted on menus in chain restaurants, while California requires fast food restaurants to provide calorie information on their menus.

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Major tenants of the company include such recognized U.S. chains as Applebee’s, Arby’s, Bennigans, Burger King, Golden Corral, International House of Pancakes, Jack in the Box, Kentucky Fried Chicken, TGI Friday’s, Pizza Hut and Wendy’s.

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  • 5 Guys fries are soggy and their burgers are over cooked. They know they have dry burger patties too and that is why the government on so many condiments.

  • They need to bring the Chalito back to Taco Bell. That is the best item for Taco Bell head and I miss it. Bring it back then I’ll come back

  • I used to love Carl’s Jr. but they’ve been worse than absolute trash where I live. I went there recently out of desperation…and absolutely regretted it.

  • Its pretty cool that for the majority of my life i lived only a mile away from the very first Subway on the corners of Main st and Jewitt ave in Bridgeport CT. Also fun fact my great grandmother worked at the oldest 7-up factory in Milford CT.:)

  • will food panda i always eat even now but whatabunger man i m goner go try it idc if it 1% if its good as hell i will buy buger from them

  • Its pretty cool that for the majority of my life i lived only a mile away from the very first Subway on the corners of Main st and Jewitt ave in Bridgeport CT. Also fun fact my great grandmother worked at the oldest 7-up factory in Milford CT.:)

  • I live in Toronto, Canada. We don’t have Whataburger, Jack in the Box and few other fast food chains. Before I moved to this country in 1998, back home (Mexico) we have a popular hamburger chain called: Burger Boy. The hamburgers were very good. My family moved to Mexico City in 1973 and I remember a place called Tom Boy. The hot dogs were so good! There were only two restaurants. Burger Boy was bought by Whataburger. I never give it a try due to I was living in Veracruz, my home town, but my sister told me the hamburgers were good too.

  • 1) In my experience, Carl’s Jr tends to come closest to having burgers that actually look like what is pictured on the menu and in the ads. Everything else in this video only looked great because it’s not being handed to you by the cashier.
    2) Sonic cheesed me off by trying to standardize on the best selling items, and thereby dropping some of my favorite dogs from the menu. I liked the Chicago dog and the one with the sauerkraut and grilled onions, but they did away them. Commie bastsrds!
    3) I really like KFC, but I don’t get it anymore because they are pricing themselves out of the market. $30 for a bucket of chicken? At that rate I may as well spend $40 and go to a nice sit-down restaurant.

  • Yah know Mister Dounut still exists in El Salvador
    Ya know I think the exist there because Dunkin Dounuts doesn’t
    And its my favorite

  • McDonald’s is a joke now. Their burgers are pure garbage for the price that they sell them for. I rather eat at 5 Guys burgers than McDonald’s. I definitely love Taco Bell. That’s my go to happy place to eat other than 5 Guys or Burger King.

  • As a 27 year old, I don’t feel bad that the only thing I often buy as far as “eating out” goes is take-out. I haven’t been to a sit down restaurant with a server in like 5 years.

  • You are soo right. All chilis restaurant in singapore has closed down 2 days ago..
    I was affected by it cuz im the restaurant manager in one of the outlet. Now unemployed..no prior notice given

  • If philly had Carl’s jr, in and out burger and what a burger I wouldn’t go into another mcdonald or burger king. Oh differently jack in the box I would love that restuarant as well and sonic wow.

  • Honestly babbletop if you ever go to Australia try KFC there. It’s so much better. Sanders must be proud of what’s going on over there. It’s a disgrace here in the states.

  • Whatsaburger is now a what it is a burger! This list seems clear, Especially the Subway! Anywhere i go, Subway keeps to be appearing! Can’t escape from subway ��. Sub ° Way.
    It was fascinating ��.

  • 5 guys suck and is way to much $$ for the garbage quality!
    hardee’s used to be good, but now it is sorta ok compared to the original hardee’s!
    still have yet to go to a chik-fila.
    I used to love going to Dairy Queen and getting a Butterfinger blizzard till nestle fucked up butterfinger.
    KFC the only good thing about them is the KFC bowls.
    I miss the New Yorker from Pizza Hut:(
    Burger Kings Eqqnormous Omlet thing is damn good if made right.
    mcdonalds is a place that always seems to get more orders wrong then any other restaurant then any ive ever visited.
    subway is a joke, Jersey Mikes beats that garbage anymore, Jm might cost 2x the price but the quality is so much better!

  • I’ve heard about Whataburger but I’ve never been there or ate anything from that place someday I’d like to go there and see what they have to offer, the burgers at that place must be really good.

  • Good video, you earned a new subscriber. I’ve been watching this channel more often. Thanks for putting in hard work to make the videos! Also, please add Roy Rogers to a video idea. Meanwhile, I’ll try to suggest you guys some ideas:)

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  • Whatsaburger is now a what it is a burger! This list seems clear, Especially the Subway! Anywhere i go, Subway keeps to be appearing! Can’t escape from subway ��. Sub ° Way.
    It was fascinating ��.

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  • Plus some of these chains have had some racially charged incidents over the years so i wouldnt be the least bit saddened if they go belly up.

  • What I see is all the black people slaving making salads. All the people on line are White. Minorities need to stop thinking small and become entrepreneurs. Start your own food chain, own something, instead of slaving cause you want to buy a new Gucci belt to show off.

  • What I love the most about Panda Express is the orange chicken and the fried rice and chow mein noodles oh and I really like the beef and broccoli

  • In Ontario we probably have 100-300 Pizza pizza locations. You can get pizza pizza lots of places like movie theaters, food courts, arenas, theme parks. Here’s a tip for everyone the slices are better then their hole pizza at pizza pizza.

  • So y’all gonna sit up here and act pizza pizza didn’t steal that name from Little Caesar? �� Their mascot always tapped his staff before saying “pizza pizza” hmmmm

  • The rest of the �� eats so good compared to the U.S. We need more variety. I also feel like these companies won’t come here because they’ll be charged too much to be/operate here. We are really losing out.

  • I was born in China, and I can say better than anyone, Dicos is amazing. But the fact that they have really sucky pizza kinda cancels it out.

  • Here is how all ten restaurant chains could become popular in the USA.

    10. Dico’s The way to get this popular restaurant into the USA is to simply go into places with a high amount of people from Asian countries. Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, New York, and several other big cities would be the best places for them to get a foothold into the USA. This is the same trick that Jollibee has been using to get into the USA. The Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, New England, West Coast, South, and Southeast would be the best places for success for Dico’s. The advertising campaign should be equally as wacky as it is in China.

    9. KaatiZone The way to get this restaurant into the USA is to simply go into malls and shopping centers, particularly ones that cater to people from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and such. Another good idea is for them to have a campaign that tries to dispel myths about Indian cuisine, and, if it is done right, as well as with a good generous dose of humor, and some awesome rewards, then I do believe that they would have a lot of success in the USA.

    8. Pizza Pizza This one is a bit more complicated, but here is how it could work. First of all, I am convinced that, due to Little Caesar’s “Pizza Pizza” campaign, that this issue would cause a lot of confusion for people that are in the USA. Second, the best way to fix the problem is to simply merge together Little Caesar’s and Pizza Pizza into one company. Yes, this may make a lot of people potentially angry on both sides of the border, but I am convinced that this is the best, most obvious, and simplest solution to the problem. The big question that would stick is what should happen to Little Caesar’s and Pizza Pizza, though; should Little Caesar’s rename all of the Pizza Pizza restaurants, should Pizza Pizza rename all of the Little Caesar’s restaurants, or should they simply operate as they did before this potential merger? Third, should that not work out, then there is Plan B, which is simply that Pizza Pizza could simply do what Tim Horton’s has done, namely, to try and target the biggest cities that are the closest to the Canadian border and to work their way down, which would guarantee success in the USA.

    7. Terenok Terenok should come back, but because of the fear of people of Russian places, the restaurant should buy into it and actually make it into its campaign, as self-depreciating humor and sarcasm are among the most witty, as well as best constructed, forms of humor. They should go into the Midwest and Southeast parts of the USA where they will make massive gains.

    6. Hessberger Hessberger should focus in on places where people from Scandinavian nations exist the most, i.e., the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic States, and New England, as well as in places where many vegans live, i.e., California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, and Nevada. If IKEA, yes, THAT IKEA, can bring decent Scandinavian restaurants into its furniture stores, then certainly Hessberger can be that spark of competition that they, as well as local Scandinavian restaurants, need in the places that I had mentioned. The South and Southeast will be the most difficult markets to break into, which is why they should be last for them to target in the future, but, if they do their advertising campaign well, then it will be a smash success in the USA.

    5. Pizza-La Pizza-La totally needs to arrive here and to totally play up that whole anime/Japanese aesthetic campaign, and possibly get popular anime characters to make commercials with them, like, say, All-Might from My Hero Academia, or Goku from the Dragon Ball franchises, for example, to interact with the mascot of Pizza-La…speaking of the former, though, I think that one of the characters actually works in one in the series, which should be played to the hilt here. Seriously, though, Pizza-La just simply needs to go into malls and shopping centers and let its products sell themselves. I think that you will be hearing its name right beside Domino’s Pizza, Little Caesar’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s soon enough.

    (However, as an addendum, Pizzakaya would do well out on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii, while Salvatore Cuomo would do well in the Mid-Atlantic, New England, South, Southeast, and Midwest markets outside of the Chicago area. Pizzakaya and Salvatore Cuomo should advertise how they do in Japan. Pizzakaya should be kind of going the Dave and Buster’s route, including possibly bringing over restored Japanese, as well as English, arcade games, not only new ones, but old titles as well…think like Chuck E. Cheese’s/Showbiz Pizza Place, mixed in with a bit of California Pizza Kitchen, and also feed off of the traditional Japanese vibe, but a bit more upscale than both places, though not super formal. Salvatore Cuomo should team up with Emeril LaGasse and other Italian chefs and kind of play into a long running joke feud between stereotypical Italian Mafioso/La Cosa Nostra members and Japanese Yakuza, but do it like super funny like the movie that is called Mafia! did over twenty years ago. My ideas might be lame, but I hope that, if they were done right, it could change the pizza game. I am not sure that Salvatore Cuomo pizzerias have commercials, though.)

    4. Chicken Licken Speaking of places that have the word “south” in the title, Chicken Licken would do well in the South and Southeastern parts of the USA and that is where they need to concentrate on the most. What they do in South Africa should also apply in the USA for their advertising campaign.

    3. Wow Momo Wow Momo would do well if they expanded on things like their dumplings and Moburger. The best thing to do is to simply play off of Indian, Thai, and Chinese cuisine, and then work from there, which means offer more than different flavored dumplings and the Moburger. I know that, as good as the dumplings and Moburgers might be, being too one dimensional would hurt them in the long run. I could see them work best in the West, Midwest, New England, the Mid-Atlantic, South, and Southeast parts of the USA. The big and flashy commercial should be unchanged if they adapt to the USA, just simply do it in English instead.

    2. Supermac’s Supermac’s can honestly fit anywhere in the USA and its advertising campaign is already perfect, as is its offers. The hardest place to break into would be the Midwest, as Supermac’s is essentially kind of like Culver’s. Sure, Culver’s is not McDonald’s, Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr., or Burger King/Hungry Jack’s, but it kind of has that homey feel that the place has, along with a unique menu.

    1. Toast Box I think that, out of all of the restaurant chains that should exist in the USA, Toast Box would have two substantial competitors in Tim Horton’s and the much bigger Starbucks. Another big thing that is holding them back is that there is a HUGE missed market on the breakfast front, and while Starbucks misses the mark on that, Tim Horton’s, as well as many other chain restaurants, including McDonald’s, IHOP, Denny’s, and several other smaller chain, as well as independent, restaurants are in a vicious war on that front and, in order to make an impact on that breakfast battle royale, Toast Box needs to do things that are not just about toast, but that are also about breakfast as well. A good example would be something like, say, a typical American breakfast meal, such as bacon, cheese, eggs, and buttered toast, or a Singaporean breakfast, like kaya toast or something of that ilk. American style sweets that also go good with breakfast like, say, doughnuts or coffee cake, would also fit in well with the restaurant. If Toast Box can adapt those things into its vision of expanding into the USA, then it could succeed.

    Sources: family members that actually know a thing or two about how to work at, as well as manage, restaurants and bakeries.

  • Of all the chains, Steak and Ale was the best…and I pretty much loath chains. We had steak there as good as any high-end independent restaurant. They may be returning to Virginia. Oh…and no mention of Roy Rogers? If one of those clerks addressed me as “Partner” or said “Happy Trails” to me one more time after completing an order, they would n’t have to worry about pink slips. That was condescending, silly, disingenuous, and uneccessary. I think they got the hint when I replied…”No problem…Hoss, Scooter, Bunky, or Tex” or “Give Cooky in the Chuck Wagon my regards”. They usually became a little red-faced.

  • What about Max Hamburger? It’s a Swedish fast food resturant that serves alot of food like hamburgers, chicken, sallads and some vego stuff

  • Outback’s onion is good but has a limited menu like Texas Roadhouse and I never really cared for them or Chili’s. I prefered Applebees but the experience has gone downhill with the food. Buffalo Wings never was real popular here, again too limited a menu! Hooters was a flash in the pan novelty but Subway is still going strong. They have closed some of the better small chain places like Big Buck Brewery, Mr. Fables, Red Lion and Fudruckers!

  • Here is how all ten restaurant chains could become popular in the USA.

    10. Dico’s The way to get this popular restaurant into the USA is to simply go into places with a high amount of people from Asian countries. Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, New York, and several other big cities would be the best places for them to get a foothold into the USA. This is the same trick that Jollibee has been using to get into the USA. The Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, New England, West Coast, South, and Southeast would be the best places for success for Dico’s. The advertising campaign should be equally as wacky as it is in China.

    9. KaatiZone The way to get this restaurant into the USA is to simply go into malls and shopping centers, particularly ones that cater to people from India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and such. Another good idea is for them to have a campaign that tries to dispel myths about Indian cuisine, and, if it is done right, as well as with a good generous dose of humor, and some awesome rewards, then I do believe that they would have a lot of success in the USA.

    8. Pizza Pizza This one is a bit more complicated, but here is how it could work. First of all, I am convinced that, due to Little Caesar’s “Pizza Pizza” campaign, that this issue would cause a lot of confusion for people that are in the USA. Second, the best way to fix the problem is to simply merge together Little Caesar’s and Pizza Pizza into one company. Yes, this may make a lot of people potentially angry on both sides of the border, but I am convinced that this is the best, most obvious, and simplest solution to the problem. The big question that would stick is what should happen to Little Caesar’s and Pizza Pizza, though; should Little Caesar’s rename all of the Pizza Pizza restaurants, should Pizza Pizza rename all of the Little Caesar’s restaurants, or should they simply operate as they did before this potential merger? Third, should that not work out, then there is Plan B, which is simply that Pizza Pizza could simply do what Tim Horton’s has done, namely, to try and target the biggest cities that are the closest to the Canadian border and to work their way down, which would guarantee success in the USA.

    7. Terenok Terenok should come back, but because of the fear of people of Russian places, the restaurant should buy into it and actually make it into its campaign, as self-depreciating humor and sarcasm are among the most witty, as well as best constructed, forms of humor. They should go into the Midwest and Southeast parts of the USA where they will make massive gains.

    6. Hessberger Hessberger should focus in on places where people from Scandinavian nations exist the most, i.e., the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic States, and New England, as well as in places where many vegans live, i.e., California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, and Nevada. If IKEA, yes, THAT IKEA, can bring decent Scandinavian restaurants into its furniture stores, then certainly Hessberger can be that spark of competition that they, as well as local Scandinavian restaurants, need in the places that I had mentioned. The South and Southeast will be the most difficult markets to break into, which is why they should be last for them to target in the future, but, if they do their advertising campaign well, then it will be a smash success in the USA.

    5. Pizza-La Pizza-La totally needs to arrive here and to totally play up that whole anime/Japanese aesthetic campaign, and possibly get popular anime characters to make commercials with them, like, say, All-Might from My Hero Academia, or Goku from the Dragon Ball franchises, for example, to interact with the mascot of Pizza-La…speaking of the former, though, I think that one of the characters actually works in one in the series, which should be played to the hilt here. Seriously, though, Pizza-La just simply needs to go into malls and shopping centers and let its products sell themselves. I think that you will be hearing its name right beside Domino’s Pizza, Little Caesar’s, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s soon enough.

    (However, as an addendum, Pizzakaya would do well out on the West Coast, Alaska, and Hawaii, while Salvatore Cuomo would do well in the Mid-Atlantic, New England, South, Southeast, and Midwest markets outside of the Chicago area. Pizzakaya and Salvatore Cuomo should advertise how they do in Japan. Pizzakaya should be kind of going the Dave and Buster’s route, including possibly bringing over restored Japanese, as well as English, arcade games, not only new ones, but old titles as well…think like Chuck E. Cheese’s/Showbiz Pizza Place, mixed in with a bit of California Pizza Kitchen, and also feed off of the traditional Japanese vibe, but a bit more upscale than both places, though not super formal. Salvatore Cuomo should team up with Emeril LaGasse and other Italian chefs and kind of play into a long running joke feud between stereotypical Italian Mafioso/La Cosa Nostra members and Japanese Yakuza, but do it like super funny like the movie that is called Mafia! did over twenty years ago. My ideas might be lame, but I hope that, if they were done right, it could change the pizza game. I am not sure that Salvatore Cuomo pizzerias have commercials, though.)

    4. Chicken Licken Speaking of places that have the word “south” in the title, Chicken Licken would do well in the South and Southeastern parts of the USA and that is where they need to concentrate on the most. What they do in South Africa should also apply in the USA for their advertising campaign.

    3. Wow Momo Wow Momo would do well if they expanded on things like their dumplings and Moburger. The best thing to do is to simply play off of Indian, Thai, and Chinese cuisine, and then work from there, which means offer more than different flavored dumplings and the Moburger. I know that, as good as the dumplings and Moburgers might be, being too one dimensional would hurt them in the long run. I could see them work best in the West, Midwest, New England, the Mid-Atlantic, South, and Southeast parts of the USA. The big and flashy commercial should be unchanged if they adapt to the USA, just simply do it in English instead.

    2. Supermac’s Supermac’s can honestly fit anywhere in the USA and its advertising campaign is already perfect, as is its offers. The hardest place to break into would be the Midwest, as Supermac’s is essentially kind of like Culver’s. Sure, Culver’s is not McDonald’s, Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr., or Burger King/Hungry Jack’s, but it kind of has that homey feel that the place has, along with a unique menu.

    1. Toast Box I think that, out of all of the restaurant chains that should exist in the USA, Toast Box would have two substantial competitors in Tim Horton’s and the much bigger Starbucks. Another big thing that is holding them back is that there is a HUGE missed market on the breakfast front, and while Starbucks misses the mark on that, Tim Horton’s, as well as many other chain restaurants, including McDonald’s, IHOP, Denny’s, and several other smaller chain, as well as independent, restaurants are in a vicious war on that front and, in order to make an impact on that breakfast battle royale, Toast Box needs to do things that are not just about toast, but that are also about breakfast as well. A good example would be something like, say, a typical American breakfast meal, such as bacon, cheese, eggs, and buttered toast, or a Singaporean breakfast, like kaya toast or something of that ilk. American style sweets that also go good with breakfast like, say, doughnuts or coffee cake, would also fit in well with the restaurant. If Toast Box can adapt those things into its vision of expanding into the USA, then it could succeed.

    Sources: family members that actually know a thing or two about how to work at, as well as manage, restaurants and bakeries.

  • I LOVED CHI CHI’S I went often to one in Boston. (1982 t0 1986) With my friends from school. We gave weird names for when they called our party. Loved their fried ice cream. Had my first real date with a woman. (Flowers, a movie, dinner, dancing, late snack at her place….) The price was right for a poor student. I was able to visit the one at the Ramblas in Barcelona in the 1990s before it closed down.

  • Perhaps not eating the best, but cooking at home.
    Ordering food I didn’t request, under/over cooked, large bill plus tip, etc. I’ll make a burger and drink some water at home. Plus, my GF and I control what’s on TV

  • Red Robin’s royalty rewards is awesome. I have gotten AT LEAST 15 free burgers over the past few years by being in their rewards program. And they have free offers as well for your birthday and free apps, etc.

  • I love eating salads. They taste great, healthier, and can feel good about myself. HOWEVER, why is eating healthy ALWAYS more expensive? This is the reason why I and millions of other people reluctantly choose fast food burgers.

  • As soon as I saw IHOP I was hoping it would show that scene from Brooklyn Nine-Nine where Jake says IHOP never put a time limit for the all you can eat pancake deal so he stayed there for a week with no showering to take advantage of it

  • What about Max Hamburger? It’s a Swedish fast food resturant that serves alot of food like hamburgers, chicken, sallads and some vego stuff

  • Forgot about Jersey Mikes. If you sign up for the email club, on your birthday you get a free sandwich. Also, you can get coupons too.

  • Chili’s has always been good. Buffalo Wild Wings is way over priced. Millennial’s need to stay home and coordinate their next protest.

  • Oh so you mean Restaurants that gives free food when people order like Buy 1 Get 1 okay
    sorry. because I thought you’re really saying those restaurants that gives food for poor or disabled people

  • I feel like White Castle, Arby’s and Hardees/Carl’s Jr would be the first restaurants to go bankrupt or shut down

    They have amazing fries tho

  • so upset they added in carl’s jr(same thing as a hardees), BUT left out Culvers… btw i think DQ is MORE famous for their flamethrower burger.

  • I’ve known about the del taco raving fan club for awhile now. It’s awesome. Once you sign up you get 2 free chicken soft tacos and they are really good. Their shakes are so bomb too. I think its better than taco bell.

  • I wish the video focused more on promotions like Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day which don’t require anything from the customer other than to show up.

  • Wow, I never knew fast-food joints were so WONDERFUL ’til I saw this! /s /s /s
    Seriously, some of these places are nothing special. Especially if the food sat under the heat lamps way too long!

  • well I should bring up Australia’s Red Rooster, whose Red Royalty card service allows one to get a free (small) meal on their birthday, and also lets you save up points you get with each purchase at the chain, using said points takes off the money you’d nromally pay, meaning you could get an item for free if you got enough points

  • I realize it might only be for Military &
    Veterans, but a possible mention could’ve been for “Golden Corral’s Veterans Day Free Meal”, I get my free meal every year, it’s wait times are long, but worth it.

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  • What I see is all the black people slaving making salads. All the people on line are White. Minorities need to stop thinking small and become entrepreneurs. Start your own food chain, own something, instead of slaving cause you want to buy a new Gucci belt to show off.

  • I work for IHOP on National Pancake day, it was on February 27 this year. It was frustrating cause everyone wanted free pancake and got mad cause they literally had to wait for 1 hr to 2hrs before they got to sit down. It was a free short stack pretty much 2 pancakes BUT it was for dine in only that means can’t have it to go. But the cool part it was for Valley Children Hospital. We also have for now unlimited pancakes. Which is cool. But yeah if anyone lives in Fresno, California come by to IHOP in downtown on Tulare street it’s just a block away from the Amtrak station. Also our GM is a really nice and friendly guy. Repeatable too, wish most managers, general manager and district managers where as nice as the ones over here.

  • “…give away free food in america.” i know you guys are from america’s hat but there is many more countries in the world.
    never even heard of half of these places.

  • “…give away free food in america.” i know you guys are from america’s hat but there is many more countries in the world.
    never even heard of half of these places.

  • so upset they added in carl’s jr(same thing as a hardees), BUT left out Culvers… btw i think DQ is MORE famous for their flamethrower burger.

  • Pathetic. They are just another trio of greedy wanna be corporate idiots who will exploit the working poor while they get rich preaching healthy values. I’d bet their employees can’t afford to eat there. Sad. This is just another fraud company appealing to the trendy idea of healthy living built on the backs of the real workers. And I’m sure the people who work the fields and get paid next to nothing sure can’t afford to eat there either. Pass.

  • There was one employee going to Subway I’m not gonna stand there with 3 or 4 people and then waiting for 30 minutes for my sandwich

  • Bennigans was the worst restaurant ever! Each time I went there to eat I waited forever. The second time I waited for an hour to get warm to coldish food. I’m glad they went out of business

  • Tastes change. What was popular years ago becomes unpopular now. And with the millennials so big, they have the power to make companies go out of business by not patronizing them. Millennials like places like Panera, Chipotle, and Starbucks. Which are relatively newer companies, well Starbucks started in 1971 but didn’t aggressively expand nationwide until the 90’s. Panera and Chipotle started in the 90’s.

  • I grew up in the NY/NJ area. There were numerous beer and steak restaurants back in the ’70s.
    Steak and Brew…Beef & Brew…Steak and Ale plus various local permutations.
    The main draw of these places was the “unlimited beer, wine or sangria” offered, especially for cash-poor college students and some HS kids with a fake ID. The drinking age was only 18 back then. If you had a younger waitress, it was easy to keep the pitchers filled. An older waitress, not so much.
    The beer tasted like Rheingold or Ballantine, skunky NY/NJ brands; most likely watered-down, too.
    It was always an option to try and bolt on the check. The escape had to be well-coordinated if you had a large group of lushes.

  • The first time I went to Olive Garden, it was to spend a gift card. I didn’t get to spend it because the manager came out and asked if the waitress explained that our meal was free. The reason was, we had been seated for an hour, before being waited on.

  • Australian Red Rooster. Though a little over priced, when they have a special, its incredible value. Sides, including chips/fries are awesome. Just a bloody delicious feed. Rotisserie style chook, not deep fried.

  • I know Runza’s is only a Nebraska thing, but they do a tempture tuesdays where whatever the temp is at 6 am during the winter is the price you pay for a Runza. Sometimes its below zero!

  • I LOVED CHI CHI’S I went often to one in Boston. (1982 t0 1986) With my friends from school. We gave weird names for when they called our party. Loved their fried ice cream. Had my first real date with a woman. (Flowers, a movie, dinner, dancing, late snack at her place….) The price was right for a poor student. I was able to visit the one at the Ramblas in Barcelona in the 1990s before it closed down.

  • Dunno if anyone’s mentioned this yet, but some Steak and Ales were named “The Jolly Ox”. The reason being, certain states had laws against mentioning any sort of alcoholic beverage in their name.

    Also, I can remember that Ground Round used to have a big peanut barrel for a while, and it was considered “the thing to do” to toss your peanut shells on the floor. Can’t even imagine someone trying that today, with all the fear of nut allergies and what not.

  • No mention of Colony Kitchen? Coco’s? Is Marie Callender’s around anymore? Claim Jumper? Foster’s Freeze? A & W burger places?

  • I suspect Pizza Pizza is not in the states because of Little Caesars “Pizza Pizza” slogan. They’d probably have to change their name.

  • Does anybody remember Rockybilt Hamburgers not sure if they were a national chain but they were around in the 60s up to the mid 70s in denver co

  • “Greasy Tony’s”not sure how you could omit this bastion of American cuisine. Located in the middle of Rutgers campus in New Brunswick, NJ, this was THE place to be after the bars closed or after the big game! After 2AM on the weekends, the place was packed with drunken college kids and random town-junkies.
    You knew you were close, as you could smell the place long before you arrived. Their specialty was the “Trashcan” which basically consisted of whatever meat-like substances were handy at the time. Also, cheese”steaks.”
    Their marketing slogan was “Extra Grease…No Charge!!” The employees were all dressed in white t-shirts, white pants, white aprons, and little white paper hats. ALL smeared with brownish-yellow stains. They had name tags that all began with “Greasy”Greasy Jose, Greasy Bob, Greasy Pedro, etc.
    If you opted for the extra grease, one of the undocumented workers would give you a sly, toothless grin, pick up a plastic squirt-bottle and smother your sammich in fatty goodness.
    God love Tony’s and the American way of death.

  • Steak and Ale and Bennigan’s were the bomb diggity! Miss the Bonanza Steak House, Thunderbirds, Spaghetti Warehouse, Boston Market, Blackeyed Peas, Judge Roy Beans, Griff’s and Big Boy Restaurants

  • Mr Donut bought out Dunkin Donuts in 1995,and renamed 99% of the locations Dunkin Donuts and became DCP corporation and the ones 1% that didn’t change became independent locations.

  • Big Boy, Rax, Shakey’s, Friendly’s, Arthur Treacher, Po Folks, Black Angus… there were A Lot more! My Ex & I split our Bennigan’s glasses between the both of us In Our divorce, we ‘ aquired’ them all at the Bennigan’s in G Town in the 80’s ( St Elmo’s Fire Bennigan’s)!

  • Hooter is fun. You have the right to complaint about the breasts. “These are too big breasts. These are meaty breasts” are common gesture to fully clothed waitresses?

  • So many gone now. Can’t remember all the names. Not going to try. Problem that was too many business in food not enough customers. A lot due to poor management and too many in one location. Sorry to see them go.

  • I worked at Steak and Ale (GM) for years in WinterPark Florida….. Steak and Ale was a venture with Bennigan’s….. My store was definitely a gold mine (profitable) with many seniors coming in daily for Prime Rib……My last year was back in 1998 and was given a 12 month compensation package and a good reference letter when terminated…..

  • No mention of Colony Kitchen? Coco’s? Is Marie Callender’s around anymore? Claim Jumper? Foster’s Freeze? A & W burger places?

  • How can the name Sambo’s be racially offensive? I’ll open my chain of restaurant and call it “Nigga”s. I’ll serve the best soul food that every negro would die for. Fried chicken, ham hocks, black eyed peas, neck bones, chitllings, sweet potato pies and for happy hours, all the water melons you can eat. 3:09

  • Ground Round used to show cartoon videos or old time movies, I think, and some locations had a Bong Show.No, not drug related-it was a talent competition inspired by TV game show The Gong Show

  • Big Boy, Rax, Shakey’s, Friendly’s, Arthur Treacher, Po Folks, Black Angus… there were A Lot more! My Ex & I split our Bennigan’s glasses between the both of us In Our divorce, we ‘ aquired’ them all at the Bennigan’s in G Town in the 80’s ( St Elmo’s Fire Bennigan’s)!

  • Yah know Mister Dounut still exists in El Salvador
    Ya know I think the exist there because Dunkin Dounuts doesn’t
    And its my favorite

  • I’m a gen Xer but I think the prices have gone way too high and portions got smaller. Even at quick serve I remember a jumbo jack being a huge burger for a buck now they are tiny like a kids burger and overpriced for what you are getting

  • Odd1sout would be like:,,its a small fast food restourant i dont know if you heard about it” (19% of american fast food restourants)

  • Plus some of these chains have had some racially charged incidents over the years so i wouldnt be the least bit saddened if they go belly up.

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  • Hooters was big at one time. I remember ten years ago how big it was and so many people making a big deal out of it.. Now., I don’t see many people even going there. I never went to Apple Bees or Outback… I just never found any of those restaurants appealing.. And I used to Love Subway, but I can go to the store and buy a better sub for way cheaper! They used to have the 5$ dollar foot longs and than they changed it and it became way too expensive!!!!

  • Food is trash. I used to LOVE chillis but now everything tastes microwaved �� I only go to chillis now after the movies for the cheap margaritas ����‍♀️

  • “It’s the wood that makes it good.”

    That’s what she said.

    There, I fixed it for you.

    And the words ‘Fun meal’ should never, ‘NEVER’ have a scene of a dark authority figure standing over dead bodies.

  • Been praying they’d get Chicken Treat here in the states. Fast food joint from Wester Australia. So good. Just look at their menu.
    https://www.chickentreat.com.au/

  • When the hell did chicken wings get so damn pricey? They used to do 10 CENT wings in places here on Long Island just a few years ago, now it’s like $12 for 10 wings.

  • Wait staffs have gotten worse, customer service is down, food is as bland as it ever was, less decor or lack of updates at all, and yet prices get higher. People would prefer to save and go to finer dining experiences at wider intervals or just get take out. Or just learn this magical skill called COOKING.

  • A very good video, but, some things were missed. As a New Yorker and a person who loves dining out, let me give you some thoughts. Millenials are not to blame for the decline of some of these restaurants. For some of these restaurants, it boils down to two things.. The food and the service. Let me give you some examples.. I am a steak lover. Outback doesn’t have Heinz 57 steak sauce. I love Heinz 57 on my steaks. I do not like A1. Their competition, Longhorn, has Heinz 57 and better tasting bread. Outback needs to carry things that steak lovers like. I think that Outback will stay around, but, Longhorn is better. Subway, has terrible food. Again, I am a New Yorker and we know how a sandwich is supposed to taste. Subway charges for extra meat. That’s BS. Jersey Mikes and NY City delis have better food. Another thing about Subway is that sometimes the workers aren’t sanitary. I complained about an employee not washing his hands before he made my sandwich at one location here in NYC. Subway will stay around simply because they have name recognition and they are recognizable. But, their competition is better. Applebees problem, is portion size. Ordered a Sirloin steak at Applebees and I wasn’t satisfied with the size of the steak. Too small. Service was OK. Hooters actually has good food. The burgers there are great and there wings are good. Their problem is choice. Not really enough items on their menu that are exciting. They will stay simply because of course one thing, beautiful scantly clad women. Food and service are the two things in the restaurant industry that can make or break a franchise. So, we will see what happens with these franchises.

  • You are soo right. All chilis restaurant in singapore has closed down 2 days ago..
    I was affected by it cuz im the restaurant manager in one of the outlet. Now unemployed..no prior notice given

  • In Ontario we probably have 100-300 Pizza pizza locations. You can get pizza pizza lots of places like movie theaters, food courts, arenas, theme parks. Here’s a tip for everyone the slices are better then their hole pizza at pizza pizza.

  • the portions are small and too pricey, if you ask for extra sauce you get a container so small the server acts like it’s coming out of their paycheck.

  • It’s true. I couldn’t care less about casual dining. I recently went to Applebee’s with my family. It was a horrible experience. The server stunk of cigarettes. It took about 2 hours to eat a mediocre meal. My dad was pissed. I explained to him this whole industry is dying and people my age don’t eat at places like this anymore. One of my favorite shows Kitchen Nightmare ruined casual dining for me. Plus I don’t like the idea of smokers handling my uncooked food. As I learned on another awesome shoe Hells Kitchen. It’s seems like about 80% of line cooks smoke and smoke heavily. Gross. No thank.s

  • Fun fact: In the US it’s illegal to give anything in exchange for voting. If Krispy Kreme just gives away donuts on Election Day, that’s fine. But if they only give it with proof of voting (such as an “I Voted” sticker) then it’s a federal crime.

  • Mister Donut was the bomb diggety bomb. Their double chocolate donut and a cup of their coffee was sublime. And I can remember going to Burger Chef as a kid….

  • The problems with Applebee’s are the quality, quantity, and pricey menu! It won’t hurt my feelings if my location permanently closes!

  • Over saturated market. The available business is to spread out over to many restaurants. Anne Arundel county Maryland has over double the restaurants as it did in 1998. I waited n bartended in college n money was awesome in 2005. Now there’s nearly twice the restaurants. My gf is very pretty naturally sweet girl and works as a server while working on her nursing degree. She has worked at 5 restaurants in the last year looking for even acceptable money. She routinely makes well under $100 even weekends. $100 at one time was the acceptable minimum and management knew it. I recently told her quit work n Focus on her nursing degree n I’ll take care of her bills. It’s not worth our time for her to make $60 on a Friday night.

  • These restaurants blame millenials but in the end, they serve microwaved hot garbage and wonder why they can’t get customers through the door. Here’s a thought; quit cutting corners with cheap, overpriced food that taste like a rotten ass and serve fresh made entrees.

  • Rather than leave my real name when reserving a table at a restaurant such as Applebees, that uses a PA system to call its customers to the table…which would eventually result in the announcement of “Stevens, party of 2” (or whatever number of people are with me), I use one of the following as a surname to hold the reservation, just to lighten the mood among all the tired, hungry masses yearning for a table (or booth):

    1. Loud*
    2. Office
    3. Political
    4. Donner
    5. Retirement
    6. Whig

    *Hint: “Loud” is the best one to use because when they call your name, you and all the people with you can justifiably start cheering and yelling at the top of your lungs, i.e., “HOOORAY! AT LAST! LET”S EAT.” Everybody will get it and you actually won’t get kicked out of the restaurant. You might even get a complimentary appetizer as a reward for providing some entertainment.
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  • 5 guys suck and is way to much $$ for the garbage quality!
    hardee’s used to be good, but now it is sorta ok compared to the original hardee’s!
    still have yet to go to a chik-fila.
    I used to love going to Dairy Queen and getting a Butterfinger blizzard till nestle fucked up butterfinger.
    KFC the only good thing about them is the KFC bowls.
    I miss the New Yorker from Pizza Hut:(
    Burger Kings Eqqnormous Omlet thing is damn good if made right.
    mcdonalds is a place that always seems to get more orders wrong then any other restaurant then any ive ever visited.
    subway is a joke, Jersey Mikes beats that garbage anymore, Jm might cost 2x the price but the quality is so much better!

  • SOME OF THESE PLACES REOPENED: like Bennigans (Chicago) and Ground Round in the far north (MN, WI, Iowa). But I still prefer TILTED KILT or Twin Peaks for my pub experience

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  • Chili’s has always been good. Buffalo Wild Wings is way over priced. Millennial’s need to stay home and coordinate their next protest.

  • Applebee’s is garbage, always has been. Chili’s used to he good a few years ago until they dropped most of the best items of their menu. Most of these national chains suck for the most part and really are only acceptable in a pinch. Most local restaurants are much better.

  • Better go to the restaurants I’ll miss. I don’t get it. The millenials work hard and long hours and can’t afford to go to these restaurants???!!!???!!!

  • The reason why these restaurants are going out of business because they were too damn expensive is cheaper order now it’s cheaper cooking at home

  • I can afford to go out to eat whenever I like, BUT, the problem is Quality! The food preparation/presentation has declined in recent years. So, I cook at home. It’s when they stopped caring about customer satisfaction is when I stopped going.

  • Odd1sout would be like:,,its a small fast food restourant i dont know if you heard about it” (19% of american fast food restourants)

  • Pretty sure Pizza Pizza doesn’t come to the US because that’s Little Caesars slogan and they’d sue the ever living crap out of them

  • Of course they are. Maybe if they didn’t have shitty food, there would be more customers. Outback where I live has a brand new layout and it looks really nice, but the still food sucks ass! There are way better local restaurants that are much cheaper. Why would anyone pay 20+ for shit food when I can pay the same for something better. It’s just common sense.

  • BWW is not doomed I went there on a regular Wednesday night and we were put on a waiting list. There was also not important sports games that night

  • Everyone complaining about these restaurants being so expensive, have any of you been in a grocery store lately. Prices of groceries has went up way quicker than restaurants prices. I live on a fixed income and without a bargain grocer that i have locally, i wouldn’t be able to afford to eat at all!

  • Chili’s has Chili’s to go so if this stupid generation (millennials) finds out about that Chili’s will rise again. PLEASE DONT GO CHILIS I LOVE YOU!!

  • I used to love Carl’s Jr. but they’ve been worse than absolute trash where I live. I went there recently out of desperation…and absolutely regretted it.

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  • 5 Guys fries are soggy and their burgers are over cooked. They know they have dry burger patties too and that is why the government on so many condiments.

  • Chik-fil-a is successful because of their unique culture that no one can provide. They are packed most of the time and even during COVID-19 they have a huge line. People don’t mind waiting in the 98degree heated weather. When you did your best, the last piece is the leap of faith and let Jesus that the wheel. He does wonders.

  • Subway is freaking sopping wet. Jersey Mike is so slow. Quizno tasted better, imo.

    Hooters do not give a damn bout relationship anymore, man. No butt slap or pinching cheeks for long time customers. It is that bad. The hot wings are getting stickier? Why? Maybe they with Pepsi?

  • Mr Donut bought out Dunkin Donuts in 1995,and renamed 99% of the locations Dunkin Donuts and became DCP corporation and the ones 1% that didn’t change became independent locations.

  • I’ve heard about Whataburger but I’ve never been there or ate anything from that place someday I’d like to go there and see what they have to offer, the burgers at that place must be really good.

  • I grew up in the NY/NJ area. There were numerous beer and steak restaurants back in the ’70s.
    Steak and Brew…Beef & Brew…Steak and Ale plus various local permutations.
    The main draw of these places was the “unlimited beer, wine or sangria” offered, especially for cash-poor college students and some HS kids with a fake ID. The drinking age was only 18 back then. If you had a younger waitress, it was easy to keep the pitchers filled. An older waitress, not so much.
    The beer tasted like Rheingold or Ballantine, skunky NY/NJ brands; most likely watered-down, too.
    It was always an option to try and bolt on the check. The escape had to be well-coordinated if you had a large group of lushes.

  • If philly had Carl’s jr, in and out burger and what a burger I wouldn’t go into another mcdonald or burger king. Oh differently jack in the box I would love that restuarant as well and sonic wow.

  • 1) In my experience, Carl’s Jr tends to come closest to having burgers that actually look like what is pictured on the menu and in the ads. Everything else in this video only looked great because it’s not being handed to you by the cashier.
    2) Sonic cheesed me off by trying to standardize on the best selling items, and thereby dropping some of my favorite dogs from the menu. I liked the Chicago dog and the one with the sauerkraut and grilled onions, but they did away them. Commie bastsrds!
    3) I really like KFC, but I don’t get it anymore because they are pricing themselves out of the market. $30 for a bucket of chicken? At that rate I may as well spend $40 and go to a nice sit-down restaurant.

  • How much did they get paid to not review the actual food. Subway used to have a great tuna sandwich. Now it a watery disaster. We know it is big business. That doesn’t = good.

  • McDonald’s is a joke now. Their burgers are pure garbage for the price that they sell them for. I rather eat at 5 Guys burgers than McDonald’s. I definitely love Taco Bell. That’s my go to happy place to eat other than 5 Guys or Burger King.

  • Hooters was big at one time. I remember ten years ago how big it was and so many people making a big deal out of it.. Now., I don’t see many people even going there. I never went to Apple Bees or Outback… I just never found any of those restaurants appealing.. And I used to Love Subway, but I can go to the store and buy a better sub for way cheaper! They used to have the 5$ dollar foot longs and than they changed it and it became way too expensive!!!!

  • Wow, I never knew fast-food joints were so WONDERFUL ’til I saw this! /s /s /s
    Seriously, some of these places are nothing special. Especially if the food sat under the heat lamps way too long!

  • I live in Toronto, Canada. We don’t have Whataburger, Jack in the Box and few other fast food chains. Before I moved to this country in 1998, back home (Mexico) we have a popular hamburger chain called: Burger Boy. The hamburgers were very good. My family moved to Mexico City in 1973 and I remember a place called Tom Boy. The hot dogs were so good! There were only two restaurants. Burger Boy was bought by Whataburger. I never give it a try due to I was living in Veracruz, my home town, but my sister told me the hamburgers were good too.

  • Honestly babbletop if you ever go to Australia try KFC there. It’s so much better. Sanders must be proud of what’s going on over there. It’s a disgrace here in the states.

  • My favorite fast food restaurants are McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, Panda Express, five guys, sonic, chick-f-ila, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Dairy Queen, Hardey’s, Arby’s, and Jack in the box.

  • Even McDonald’s is expensive.
    A Quarter Pounder is $4.59 all by itself. And they’re nauseating.
    But McDonald’s actually has one decent sandwich.
    The Egg McMuffin. LOL

  • When the hell did chicken wings get so damn pricey? They used to do 10 CENT wings in places here on Long Island just a few years ago, now it’s like $12 for 10 wings.

  • well I should bring up Australia’s Red Rooster, whose Red Royalty card service allows one to get a free (small) meal on their birthday, and also lets you save up points you get with each purchase at the chain, using said points takes off the money you’d nromally pay, meaning you could get an item for free if you got enough points

  • All fast food places in canada really suck due to the employees. Cant get your order right or put a burger together even. Good luck speaking to them as well

  • My favorite fast food restaurants are McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, Panda Express, five guys, sonic, chick-f-ila, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Dairy Queen, Hardey’s, Arby’s, and Jack in the box.

  • Reason why Hooters is failing is because the girls that work there aren’t as hot as what they used to have and there’s other restaurant chains now that are just like Hooters but better (e.g. Winghouse)

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  • Caution!!.. Pizza Pizza (or Pizza 73 out west) is trash!!!!! It’s cardboard and cheese, not even equal to a Manitoba sauce bread, you’ve been warned.

  • Jollibee is the best fast food restaurant
    They give you the best kinds of burgers!!
    And chickenjoy is the best chicken in the whole world im sure youll love it like we filipinos do!��

  • WHY ALL MY FAVORITE RESTAURANTS

    NO OFFENSE BUT YOU’VE BROKEN MY HEART…
    WHAT WOULD I DO WITHOUT ALL THESE RESTAURANTS CLOSING
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  • So y’all gonna sit up here and act pizza pizza didn’t steal that name from Little Caesar? �� Their mascot always tapped his staff before saying “pizza pizza” hmmmm

  • The rest of the �� eats so good compared to the U.S. We need more variety. I also feel like these companies won’t come here because they’ll be charged too much to be/operate here. We are really losing out.

  • I was born in China, and I can say better than anyone, Dicos is amazing. But the fact that they have really sucky pizza kinda cancels it out.

  • I have plans on travelling to Canada in June. I’m personally looking more into Boston Pizza than Pizza Pizza. Is Boston Pizza a good choice?

  • Australian Red Rooster. Though a little over priced, when they have a special, its incredible value. Sides, including chips/fries are awesome. Just a bloody delicious feed. Rotisserie style chook, not deep fried.

  • Wendy’s does not give away free food, buy one get one free is Not Free it’s getting each item at half price and you have to buy 2, why would I want to eat 2 large burgers?
    What About Red Robbin that gives you a free burger for your birthday and you have the entire month of your birthday to get that free burger. Cicis gives you a free buffet on your Birthday without having to buy another buffet or drink.

  • Pretty sure Pizza Pizza doesn’t come to the US because that’s Little Caesars slogan and they’d sue the ever living crap out of them

  • I have plans on travelling to Canada in June. I’m personally looking more into Boston Pizza than Pizza Pizza. Is Boston Pizza a good choice?

  • the portions are small and too pricey, if you ask for extra sauce you get a container so small the server acts like it’s coming out of their paycheck.

  • Been praying they’d get Chicken Treat here in the states. Fast food joint from Wester Australia. So good. Just look at their menu.
    https://www.chickentreat.com.au/

  • Forgot about Jersey Mikes. If you sign up for the email club, on your birthday you get a free sandwich. Also, you can get coupons too.