My wife and I don't do "chain" food. Our occasional fast food is one of Tracey's vegetable subs. I usually have some left over for lunch the next day because my wife and I can't eat it all between us.
Three meals for $6 is a pretty good deal. The image is a bit deceptive, shot from above. Under that top deck of lettuce and jumbo tomato slices are onion, pickles, marinaded mushrooms, ripe olives, crispy jalapeno rings, dill pickle slices, Cooper Sharp cheese, etc. Olive oil and coarse-ground black pepper top it off.Nice tasty photo. Maybe a good topic for a photo contest; "Food Appreciation".
I'll have to try the Frisco burger, but it'll have to be at a Carl's Junior. The closest Jimmy John's is about 200 miles away.That looks good and healthy!.
Here are two of my favorites.
Hardees Frisco burger and Jimmy Johns Italian Nightclub
I usually get a $6 burger when I'm in SD - either the guacamole burger or the jalapeño burger. Carl's Jr and Hardees are the same company.You'll love it, actually any of their burgers are awesome, if you like traditional burgers, I recommend the $6 burger.
+1 Love them.Arby's Beef 'n' Cheddar with curly fries.
Don't have.Captain D's Fish & Fries combo.
Ooooooh, my kind of place!!!And occasionally at a local institution in a nearby town, the http://www.beacondrivein.com/" [Broken], a double cheeseburger with bacon, and iced tea (the only place I ever get iced tea; I'm not an iced tea guy in general, but there it "feels right."). I never get fries or onion rings with it, because the burger itself is so big it serves for both lunch and supper.
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I usually go to Del Taco. It always strikes me as odd that there are people who actually prefer Taco Bell.