Despite letting their fast-food cash flow like frying oil, Mississippi has a huge dearth of their own chains. Holding down the solo honor is Bumpers Drive-In of America, which looks like it was plucked off Route 66 (that’s obviously the name of their double cheeseburger, which you should order), and then multiplied throughout the Magnolia State, carhops included. Besides that, there are at least 26 (!) national chains, so we hope you like McDonald’s.
Notable fact: According to Health mag, Mississippians spend 62% (!) of their dining-out budget on fast food.
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There’s a ton of fast food in NoDak -- especially now that an oil boom is drawing hungry black-gold-collar workers -- but aside from Burger Time (which is not an arcade game), there aren’t really any notable chains the state calls its own. Still, in Grand Forks, there’s The Kegs, which is on the National Historic Registry.
Notable fact: Since the fracking boom, fast-food demand has grown so much that some McDonald's are starting people at $14/hour, plus a signing bonus.
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Do you like gyros? Well, Dino’s Gyros can take care of you in six locations. But after that chain, Minnesota gets shaky. After all, you can’t call D’Amico & Sons takeout Italian fast food. Nor can you include Green Mill’s deep-dish pizza. So back to my original question: do you like gyros?
Notable fact: Austin, MN is home of the Spam museum, a monument to the canned meat that has nothing to do with Nigerian princes who want to give you money.
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Washington’s so conscious, even its most notable fast-food chain, Burgerville, is local-centric... and like post-recession Seattleites, a huge number of Burgervilles are now located in Oregon. There’re still drive-ins like Enzell’s, Muchas Gracias, and Zip’s, but much of Washington’s too granola for fast food.
Notable fact: Vancouver-based Burgerville was one of the first fast-food joints to focus on local, seasonal ingredients.
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PA has plenty of variety in their fast-food offerings, including branches of Shake Shack, Church's Chicken, and Potbelly. But sandwiches are what the state does well (winning basketball teams? Not so much.), so it's no surprise Tony Luke's Philly cheesesteaks are being eaten all over the place these days, including FL and CA. There's also locally grown mini-chains across the state that highlight Pennsylvanians cravings for something other than hoagies, like Brighton Hot Dog Shoppe, Neato Burrito, and Roburritos.
Notable fact: Tony Luke's has opened a location as far away as Bahrain.