The Most Popular Chain Restaurant in Your State

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Fast food restaurant: Auntie Anne’s

Did you know that Auntie Anne’s started in Pennsylvania? The store quickly progressed because of their tasty cheesy meals and pretzel bites!

Fun Fact – Auntie Anne’s first opened in 1988 as a market stand in a Pennsylvania Farmer’s Market.


South Carolina



Fast food restaurant: Waffle House 

If you’ve never been to a Waffle House at 2 or 3 in the morning, then have you truly visited a Waffle House? That’s what they’re known for, ha!

Fun Fact – South Carolina has the second most Waffle House locations in the US, with a whopping 169 and counting!



Fast food restaurant: Dunkin’ Donuts

Did you know that the first-ever Dunkin’ Donuts opened in Massachusetts? It happened back in 1950 and now they’ve become so popular that they have over 12,000 stores across the country.

Fun Fact – The Munchkin wasn’t introduced to a Dunkin’ Donuts menu until 1972.






Fast food restaurant: Chipotle

Everyone loves Chipotle, especially since you can watch the food being made right in front of your eyes.

Fun Fact – The first Chipotle opened in 1993 in Denver, Colorado and was near the University of Denver campus.




Fast food restaurant: Panera Bread

Panera isn’t your typical fast food place, however, their loving environment and family atmosphere totally make up for it.

Try their seasonal soup, it’ll make you feel warm all over!

Fun Fact – Panera was not the company’s original name. When it opened in 1987, it was called The St. Louis Bread Company.



Fast food restaurant: Wings to Go

When it has anything to do with flavorful wings made the way you want, then you know Delaware is onto something most states haven’t even dreamt of.

Fun Fact – The first Wings to Go opened in 1985 and was right next to the Dover Air Force Base.



North Dakota



Fast food restaurant: Arbys

Not only does Arbys have great meals, but their french fries are so tasty, people typically order them by themselves!

Fun Fact – The original Arby’s menu only had three items – a roast beef sandwich, potato chips, and a drink.





Fast food restaurant: Chick-Fil-A

People from the south love chicken, so how can you blame them for loving the home of grade A chicken? You can’t, haha!

Fun Fact – The A in Chick-Fil-A stands for Grade A! Who knew the name wasn’t just a play on the words chicken fillet?

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