The Arby's dollar sandwiches are history, but-now, when you go there, the receipt you get with your order can get you a free sandwich. You take said reciept and go to www.arbys.com/survey OR call 1-800-408-4114 and do a quick survey. In return you'll be given a code number to write on your receipt for which you will get your choice of 1). a regular arby's or 2). a Beef & Cheddar. It was originally a medium sized roast beef or a Beef & Cheddat, but they changed it.
Rally's has virtually the same thing (I think they started this), in return, you get a free Big Buford-BUT-the catch with them is, you'll have to buy a big cola ($2.00) in order to get it.
I noticed at the Burger King on Byrne Rd. that they have the coupon survey/free sandwich deal also-a free Whopper, in this case-which is probably why the pricks 'forgot' to give me a receipt...
The McDonald's on Airport has two Big Macs for four dollars every day after 10 PM until 3 AM. I may try this deal tonight-not a big lover of McDonald's, and it's been probably fifteen years since I've had one of these.
Hey, darn it, I was at that same Burger King on Byrne like five days ago and I didn't get no dang receipt either!
Reading a Sign while waiting in line was only reason I knew about it.
Tried the Macs-head and shoulders above the double-cheeseburgers, but nothing to write home about, far asI'm concerned. They've been around forever-wonder if they're a rip=off of the Big Boy? I noticed they really skimp on that sauce now. Also-was on the news that the double-CB is going up in price due to increase in cheese prices, so a new version will have to be created with less cheese if they want to keep a dollar item. All these places are running out of things for their dollar menu.
I generally don't like McDonalds but their southern style chicken sandwhich is damn good.
I was out in PBurg the other day so decided to try Sonic. Got the cheeseburger and that was pretty good for fast food I must say. It was nice and drippy, so not dry like a lot of them are. The fries were blah though.
Wish we had In-and-Out Burger here...
My Sister told me she thought Sonic sucked, not tasty, cold food, & overpriced, but guess it's all personal taste. Anybody ever go out west and have Jack-In-The-Box food? I thought they had very decent burgers. What part of the country is In-And-Out located?
Is Jack-in-the-Box the place that had (has?) a lot of specialty sandwiches on sour dough rolls? I lived in California for a while, but that was almost a decade ago. I just remember there was some fast food place out there that had super-tasty burgers on sour dough and it wasn't anyplace I knew from Ohio. I recall someone telling me that the chain couldn't be built in the midwest because the sour dough wouldn't survive the shipping, nor could it be produced here. I dunno. Something about climate/meteorology.
I have no idea about the sourdough. Just got burgers to go a few times.
In and Out is in CA.
Oh and I guess a couple neighboring states as well: http://www.in-n-out.com/locations.asp
In n Out has the best out of all the fast food burgers. If you are out west, you must try one. They only do burgers, fries, drinks and shakes. Nothing else. And there are no fancy burgers like the ranch, bacon, bbq, mushroom covered monstrosities served by the other chains.
Jack in the Box has a burger called the Sourdough Jack. Maybe that is the one you are thinking of. I have had good sourdough at plenty of Toledo restaurants, so I don't know why they would have issues with this bread because of geography.
Another decent fast food burger place is Carl's Jr., although they are not in the Toledo area.
I miss Top Hat. Everyone remember that place? Those little square burgers – like White Castle or Crystals? I loved those onions chips they had. You could load up for like 3 bucks.
WORST fast food EVER MADE!! My KIDS were still young back then, and THEY didn't even like it!!! The onion chips were the only edible thing they had. Different strokes, I guess.
A guy I used to know worked across the street from one-after the initial hoopla died down when they opened, he told me "I don't know how that place stays in business-they get about three cars a day in there." I always thought they were kept open to lose money as some sort of mafia tax dodge.
Any love for White Castle in Toledo? Food is cooked fresh and hot but getting expensive now.
Wendy's on Alexis between Jackman and Douglas just closed about a month after another on Monroe. Any others close? Heard the leases were too high for the incoming revenue.