Dairy Queen was something we as kids grow up on, after a long day at the beach in the summer time, we'd head over a couple blocks to the nearest Dairy Queen and get a delicious ice cream bar. Though I don't recommend them as a hot eats place, they definately are a place for cool treats that are affordable and scrumptious.
Subway is great for people on and off diets. They have great, fresh bread and fresh ingredients. You can stick to a diet very easily by eating here.
They have nice people working (most of the time) and are as quick to put together your sandwich as you are to tell them what you want on it.
The food is all salty, greasy, and border line toxic. The service is awful, the atmosphere is rushed, and I felt like crap when I ate it. I never recommend fast food joints, but this one I'm specifically ordering you to avoid, for your own health!
Burger King is just another, low-breed fast food restaurant with a low profile look to it. It smells like fryer oil and hair gel, and the food tastes like they emptied a container of lard onto it and left it to soak for a few days.
Not to mention they'll employ you as long as you have a pulse and can say that line that America knows so well, "May I take your order?"
Always dripping with grease and tasting horrible, Taco Bell is just another fast food joint gone horribly, horribly wrong. I never recommend anyone eating here, ever. There is almost no way to eat a healthy, or good tasting meal at this place.
The food, also, tastes like it was cooked a month ago and has been dehydrating in the heat lamps day after day.
They have name brand computer parts for great prices. The staff is knowledgable and has always helped me out with any computer troubles I have. They also have great deals on computers, why people still buy name brand computers for twice the price I have no idea.
Culver's is good old, wisconsin influenced, fast food. The prices are comparable to that of any fast food joint, and the menu is very extensive. The signature "Butterburger" is simply delicious, and I'm sure very deadly to the arteries (but it's SOOOO good!). They also have dinner entrees that have a little more 'home cooked' substance to them rather than just a burger and fries. The cheese curds are really good, though I never get an order for myself since cheese curds are pretty lethal.
Don't leave without having a scoop of their famous custard. It's so creamy, even the cows crave it.
Overall, it's incredibly unhealthy, but this is America, so eat up. XD
They have awesome ice cream, but, it's pretty expensive. Don't let that stop you though, it's good stuff. And there's SO many options.
There little marketing technique is the "Izzy" scoop that you get with every order, which is an extra little scoop of whatever flavor you want, for free.
It's your typical, strip located chinese restaurant, or so you think...
You get your meal, and in front of you is the biggest pile of food you've probably ever seen, EVER!
I end up eating it over 3 meals usually. It's enormous, whether you get the Chow Mein or the Lo Mein, they have huge portions. And they have unbeatable prices.
This is a must-stop if you're in the area, it's worth your drive.
Just your typical greasy bar and grill joint. It's a little cleaner than most, I must admit, but the food is mediocre. I wouldn't choose this over any where else, but I wouldn't not go if someone invited me. It's a take it or leave it kind of place.