It's called a drive-through, not a "drive-into."
Or "not made," in the case of Baskin-Robbin's ill-fated Waffle Chip Dippers.
"This is one of the greatest moments in Taco Bell history."
The fast-food chain wants your early-morning business.
The number-crunchers told them to do it.
Look out, McGriddles!
The most unholy of all fast-food unions started with a can of spray paint.
A growing coalition of restaurant workers renew a call for increased wages.
Here's how to get around them.
These two are starting to resemble a couple that can't quit with the PDA.
The chain's CEO spills some beans on the next Frito-Lay collaboration while previewing a Super Bowl ad.
Plus: Budweiser to debut a new beer, and more in today's leftovers.
Plus, Amanda Seyfried picks up the check at Beatrice Inn, Billy Joel lunches at Circo, and more of this week's celebrity dining news.
Major U.S. Fast Food Chains Finding More Ways to Attract and Annoy Diners
Fast-food workers are back at work, but the struggle is not over.
Workers are demanding, on average, a $7 increase in hourly pay, from $8 to $15.
Nachos and baked potatoes stuffed into tortillas? Fruitista Freezes?
Beans and cheese are the latest foods to be weaponized. We must safeguard the burritos.
Yep, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., they're giving out tacos all over.