Fast Food Restaurants
Fast food restaurants focus on the timely manner you receive your food as well as low cost above all things. Your food is ordered from a counter or a drive-through window. The dinnerware that you receive for your food is disposal. These are often national chains such as Chick-Fil-A and Wendy’s.
On this site, you can choose any restaurant by their type, food type, or by the night kids eat free. You can also search for any restaurant by their name on the right side of the page More restaurants are being added each day so check back soon if you don’t see one.
Arby’s was founded in Boardman, Ohio on July 23, 1964, by brothers Forrest and Leroy Raffel, of New Castle, PA. Forrest “Fuzzy” Raffel was a graduate of Cornell University’s School of Hotel and Restaurant Administration…View Post
Before we can talk about A&W, can we first discuss root beer, the signature item of the chain that dates back to the colonists? Root beer is made of 16 roots and herbs with the most…View Post
Our first (and only?) love story… Most of us have had a bad first date. I remember a couple where I knew the chance of a relationship was over before knowing what I was going…View Post
The story of Biggby coffee is one of two separate friendships. If you read the company history page, they begin with the second relationship, but there’s a prequel. If you want to know how it…View Post
In the 1950’s, just outside Pittsburg, PA, the small town of Bridgewater had a diner called Jerry’s Curb Service where Bruce Reed worked. He probably wasn’t given a choice considering his parents owned it. It…View Post
When William Rosenberg opened his Open Kettle restaurant in Quincy, Massachusetts, he had no idea that having coffee and donuts on his menu would change the world. All restaurants have a few menu items that…View Post
It would be hard for the majority of us to comprehend Anne Beiler’s childhood growing up in an Amish-Mennonite family. She took the values instilled in her, along with her 8th-grade education and created a pretzel, a…View Post
Walter Anderson changed American culture. In some ways single-handedly. He is the father of the fast food craze that continues to dominate so many of our mainstream storefronts in the United States. You may…View Post
Gus Belt owned a Shell gas station in Normal, Il in the 1930’s and was looking for ways to increase revenue. He began offering customers chicken, coleslaw, and beer. When the local community started to…View Post