Love the Love Bars, too.
Do we need to start calling them "unhappy meals?"
The burger chain ran an ad in eight papers today to brag that it never served you the scary meat filler.
The chain cites the higher cost of doing business in S.F. as the reason they can't participate in the promotion.
Of course, 75 percent of restaurant workers don't get paid sick leave.
The Palo Alto-based chain is about to grow.
Even Grub Street's editors cop to a few (mostly drunken) favorite indulgences.
Buy something else at Outback, say the secret-code phrase, then BAM! Free fried onion!
The burger chain known for its ginger mascot is now the number-two fast food chain.
The city is ever more a bastion of chain restaurants within Los Angeles.
A little bit of ironic history from the early nineties.
Did you know there's an Olive Garden in S.F.? There is!
They have new locations planned in Milpitas, Pleasanton, Livermore, and elsewhere.
It's called the McRibster, and it's hanging out in Austria these days.
This should get pretty interesting...
The enormous deli chain plans to open 20 new locations per year for the next five years.
Or they'll do healthy food! Seriously, whatever it takes to stop you people from going to Chipotle all the time.
The restaurant might open a branch at their student center, ruffling some feathers.
After Chipotle airs a Super Bowl ad, The Golden Arches addresses the confinement of pigs.