Can You Figure Out The Fast Food Restaurant From A Few Menu Items?

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Millions and millions of people around the world eat fast food every day. How well do you know your fast food faves? Get your speed meal on with this HowStuffWorks quiz!

Egg McMuffin, Big Mac, Bacon Ranch Grilled Chicken Salad

A new McDonald's restaurant opens somewhere in the world every 14.5 hours. Every day, their restaurants feed over 60 million people.

Doublestack, Frosty, Chili.

Wendy's was founded by Dave Thomas in 1969. There are currently locations in 30 countries around the world.

Chocolate Chip Cookies, Italian BMT, Meatball Sub.

Subway is the world's largest fast food franchise, with more than 44,000 locations in 110 countries. In 2014, Business Insider reported that the chain served over 7.6 million subs every day.

Baja blast, Quesarito, Tacos.

Taco Bell is named for its founder, Glen Bell. In the early days of the chain, Tacos were only 19 cents each.

Classic Buttery Jack Burger, Egg Rolls, Bacon Ranch Monster Taco.

Jack in the Box has more than 2,000 restaurants in the U.S. and Guam. It began as a San Diego chain called Topsy's Drive-In in 1941.

Totally Tuna, Italian Night Club, BBQ Jimmy Chips.

Jimmy John's was founded by 19-year-old Jimmy John Liautaud. His dad gave him the choice after high school to join the military or start a business and invested $25,000 after his son chose the business route.

Bently Salad, Fire Roasted Cabo Salad, Avocado BLT Sandwich.

Saladworks has 110 stores in 15 U.S. states. The first store opened in the Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey in 1986.

Double-Double, Chocolate Shake, Fries.

In-N-Out Burger was founded by husband and wife Harry and Esther Snyder in 1948. This chain can mostly be found on the West coast and the southwestern United States.

Original Recipe Chicken, Nashville Hot Chicken, Biscuits.

KFC has stores in over 115 countries around the world. In Japan, eating KFC is a Christmas tradition.

Chocolate Chip Bagel, Croissant, Broccoli Cheddar Soup in a Bread Bowl.

In the early 2000s, Panera was expanding so rapidly that a new restaurant was opened roughly every 5 days. Every year they sell roughly 150 million loaves of bread.

Macchiato, Iced Coffee, Hash Browns.

Dunkin Donuts was founded by William Rosenberg in Massachusetts. The first store opened in 1950.

Original Pretzel, Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel, Lemonade.

Auntie Anne's has over 1,600 locations around the world. It was founded by an Amish woman named Anne Beiler, who only had an 8th-grade education.

Whopper, Extra Long Cheeseburger, Chicken Nuggets

Burger King was founded in 1954 and originally called Insta-Burger King. In Australia, this franchise is called Hungry Jacks.

Classic Roll, Caramel PecanBon, Chillatta.

Cinnabon started in 1985 in a mall outside of Seattle. The classic Cinnabon has 890 calories.

Blizzard, Chicken Strip Basket, Banana Split.

The first standalone DQ opened in Joliet, Illinois in 1940. Bill Clinton has been known to visit this fast food dessert franchise.

Hot Dog, Little Bacon Cheeseburger, Famous Fries.

Five Guys' first restaurant was opened in 1986 in Arlington, Virginia. They fry all of their food in peanut oil.

A&W Root Beer, Papa Burger, Cheese Curds.

A&W is the oldest restaurant franchise in America, dating back to 1921. They also invented the bacon cheeseburger.

The Baby Back Rib Thickburger, Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake, Onion Rings.

Carl's Jr. started as a Los Angeles hot dog stand in 1941. It has had a food truck which has made cross-country trips for over a decade.

Original Glazed Doughnut, New York Cheesecake Doughnut, Rich Drip Coffee.

Krispy Kreme was founded in 1937 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The founder is said to have bought the secret doughnut recipe from a New Orleans chef.

Fish and Chicken Meal, Crab Cake Combo, Fish Tacos.

Long John Silver's opened in 1969 in Lexington, Kentucky. The chain is named after the pirate villain Long John Silver, from Robert Louis Stevenson's 1883 novel "Treasure Island."

Bonafide Chicken, Seafood Po'Boy, Red Beans and Rice.

Popeyes is named for the detective played by Gene Hackman in "The French Connection," Popeye Doyle. The chicken is known to be a favorite of Beyonce.

Little Italy Ciabatta Toastie, Baja Sandwich, Apple Harvest Chicken Salad.

Quizno's was founded by Chef Jimmy Lanbatos in the '70s, who previously had fine dining experience. As of 2015, there were about 1,500 stores around the world.

Butter Pecan Frozen Yogurt, Cotton Candy Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet Fizz.

TCBY stands for The Country's Best Yogurt. It is one of the biggest retailers of soft-serve frozen yogurt in America.

Dark Roast Coffee, Homestyle Oatmeal, Timbits.

Tim Hortons has been in business since 1964. This Canadian fast food chain is named for four-time Stanley Cup winning hockey player Tim Horton.

Atomic Wings, Original Hot Wings, Cole Slaw.

Wingstop began in Garland, Texas, in 1994. Today there are more than 1,000 restaurants around the world.

Diablo Burrito, Fire-grilled chicken taquitos, Churros.

Baja Fresh opened in 1990. The chain prides itself on using fresh high quality ingredients.

Rotisserie Chicken Pot Pie, Creamed Spinach, Meatloaf.

The first Boston Market opened as Boston Chicken in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1985. Today there are over 450 Boston Market locations across America.

Big Buford, Grilled Hot Dog, Checkerburger.

Checkers, or Checkers and Rally's, are currently the two chains merged. Today there are more than 800 of these restaurants throughout America.

Banana Split Decision Sundae, Cake Batter Ice Cream, Chocolate Devotion.

Cold Stone Creamery first opened in Tempe, Arizona, in 1988. All of its ice cream is 12-14 percent butterfat.

Orange Chicken, Broccoli Beef, Fried Rice.

The first Panda Express opened in 1983 in Glendale, California. Orange Chicken is the chain's signature dish and in 2016 it served 80 million pounds of it.

Double R Bar Burger, Gold Rush Chicken Sandwich, Apple Crisp.

Roy Rogers was founded in 1968 in Falls Church, Virginia. As of 2016, it has 54 stores in the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States.

Shackburger, Shack-cago Dog, Cheese Fries.

Shake Shack began in 2004 and has since become a global phenomenon. It's popular across America and in the Middle East.

Bone-Out Wings, Traditional Bone-In Wings, Apple Pie.

WingStreet is almost always paired with Pizza Hut. There are locations in America, Canada and Australia.

Reuben, Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich, Curly Fries.

The first Arby's was opened by the Raffel Brothers in Boardman, Ohio, on July 23, 1964. In the 1980s, a number of Arby's franchises were owned by baseball legend Hank Aaron.

Spaghetti, Fiesta Noodles, Chickenjoy.

Jollibee caters to Filipino-American communities across America. There are 34 locations, many of which are in California.

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