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Re: Name Of Your Favorite Restaurant Franchise?

Seafood all the way-Red LobsterWoman Very Happy

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@Sister Golden Hair wrote:

@Noel7 wrote:

When our daughter was on the right coast (DC) she and her roommates loved Cracker Barrel.

 

She used to send kitchen vintage reproductions to me that she found in their gift shop.


@Noel7 We love CB and eat there when we go to Springfield or Joplin.

 

There is an online store and they have so many wonderful things.

 

I always find cool gift items there too.

 

And love their sour candy ballsHeart


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Hi @Sister Golden Hair

 

I just found their online site and plan on going over it tonight!

 

I wish there was one near here Smiley Happy

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@Noel7 wrote:

@Sister Golden Hair wrote:

@Noel7 wrote:

When our daughter was on the right coast (DC) she and her roommates loved Cracker Barrel.

 

She used to send kitchen vintage reproductions to me that she found in their gift shop.


@Noel7 We love CB and eat there when we go to Springfield or Joplin.

 

There is an online store and they have so many wonderful things.

 

I always find cool gift items there too.

 

And love their sour candy ballsHeart


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Hi @Sister Golden Hair

 

I just found their online site and plan on going over it tonight!

 

I wish there was one near here Smiley Happy


@Noel7 If you have any questions about products, I might be able to help.

 

One of our grandchildrens favorite games is the large rug checker board.

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Black Angus

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@Noel7 wrote:

@Moonchilde wrote:

OMG forgot - In-n-Out!


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@Moonchilde

 

Northern CA/the Bay Area is finally getting Dunkin' Donuts.

 

I'm not big on donuts but I really would like to see what all the fuss is about, especially with the coffee.


 

 

Biiiig to-do when a Dunkin' Donuts finally arrived in my neighborhood in SoCal about a year before I moved. I went once, bought a variety of half a dozen, and was severely underwhelmed. Ordinary and not all that fresh. We had local shops that were much better.

Life without Mexican food is no life at all
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How I miss Marie Callendar's (and Baker's Square, each had the same type of menu).  These were family type retaurants that were open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and sold good pies...we often got great holiday pies from them.

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If I'm going for doughnuts, it is Krispy Kreme..Yum

 

 

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Panera, Portillo's, Mod Pizza, California Pizza Kitchen, Maggiano's

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McD's fries. My weakness.

Little Caesar's $5 mushroom pizza .
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@september wrote:

How I miss Marie Callendar's (and Baker's Square, each had the same type of menu).  These were family type retaurants that were open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and sold good pies...we often got great holiday pies from them.


 

 

I miss Marie's - there was one I went to before I moved at least a couple of times a month. The closest one to me now is about a 45 min. drive :-(

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