Many will steer you to Third Street Promenade, the pedestrian-only stretch of shops and fast-food restaurants.
Food quality is just one challenge the fast-food industry faces.
What has not changed is that fast-food customers in Janesville and elsewhere can expect to get plenty of grease with their meals.
Days after the Rudy Eugene incident, 21-year-old Brandon De Leon was arrested after fighting at a fast-food restaurant in Miami.
The healthy-diet champion has cast the attacks on the fast-food company as an assault on religious freedom.
When people say the U.S. has lost its capacity to innovate, I point them toward the fast-food sector.
In the ultimate quitting scene from Half Baked, Scarface tells it like it is to his shift mates in a fast-food joint.
American chain and fast-food restaurants are engaged in an arms race.
In the town of Batesville they passed a fast-food place that advertised chicken biscuits and twenty-four-hour service.
But fast-food chains might well have their own volume in the annals of American commercial weirdness.
: a fast-food chain
Food like hamburgers, fried chicken, etc, cooked and served very rapidly and uniformly, usually by large catering corporations (1951+)