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Menu Item
Restaurant
Big Mac
Whopper
Frosty
Double Down
Awesome Blossom
Bloomin' Onion
Frappuccino
7-Layer Burrito
Cheddar Bay Biscuits
Crazy Bread
Menu Item
Restaurant
5-Dollar Footlong
Blizzard
Bonafide Chicken
Original Six Dollar Burger
Grand Slam Breakfast
Never-Ending Pasta Bowl
Crave Case
ButterBurger
"Animal-Style" Burger
Big Buford
Answer Stats
Menu Item
Restaurant
% Correct
Your %
+2
level 16
Sep 29, 2010
Good quiz -- when's lunch?
+3
level 28
Apr 18, 2011
6/20. Well, I've never been to America...
+1
level 56
Apr 13, 2015
I only got 7 and I live in America. I don't eat at restaurants much, though.
+1
level 24
Aug 12, 2015
6/20 as well! I've never been to America before either, but I plan to have a grand food tour in America, sometime in the future
+5
level 28
Feb 4, 2016
Welcome! Those are the restaurants to PASS on! :) Actually I love them all cuz I'm a junk food junkie, but local places are usually much better than chains.
+1
level 39
Aug 6, 2016
I got 6/20 and I've never been to America either...
+1
level 43
May 5, 2018
6/10 too, got tacobell but i didnt get subway, never been to usa too :D
+3
level 33
Apr 25, 2011
20/20 - not good :(
+1
level 29
Mar 8, 2013
I'm assuming this is supposed to be sarcastic? Lol.
+4
level 16
Jun 19, 2014
Sarcastic, no it means he eats out too much
+1
level 43
Aug 10, 2018
Not just eats out, but eats out at places in which the food is neither good nor good for you...Having eaten at all the 16 locations for which I answered correctly, I feel the same way.
+2
level 14
Jun 14, 2011
Haha 7/10 for an Australian. That's probably better than knowing them all. Ewwww @ the sound of a 'butterburger'
+5
level 64
Mar 7, 2013
It just means that the bun is buttered then grilled. Their burgers are actually really delicious!
+4
level 14
May 9, 2014
Plus thier custard! 😍
+1
level 54
Mar 8, 2015
hahaha same! 7/20 xD i've never heard of most of these places. just for fun, I wrote hungry jack's instead of burger king and I'm so happy it worked xDDD
+2
level 63
Aug 10, 2018
Culver's is probably the best one of the list. A Butterburger, cheese curds, and a Spotted Cow beer is a staple meal for the average upper mid-westerner.
+1
level 59
Aug 10, 2018
Culvers is actually the only one on the list that I can recommend from experienence (and I've tried almost all of them--I'm poor), I've heard In & Out is good but I haven't made it to California to try yet.
+1
level 19
Jun 17, 2011
11 for a Brit!! lol
+1
level 36
Feb 27, 2013
15/20 - not bad for a German. To be fair though, I have American family. Still wouldn't eat any of this stuff.
+1
level 45
Jun 17, 2011
Hungary Jacks should be accepted for Burger King. Thats the name of the Australian branch.
+1
level 28
May 18, 2013
Hungry ;)
+3
level 73
Feb 20, 2018
Thanks, Woozy - for a moment, I was wondering - is there really a fast food joint selling goulash?!?
+2
level 32
Jul 21, 2011
haha, i spelled Chili's like the country instead...too many geography quizzes...
+1
level 30
Aug 5, 2011
Got 'em all but Culver's and In-n-Out Burger. Never heard of 'em.
+1
level 48
Feb 2, 2014
I believe they're in the UK.
+4
level 35
Mar 9, 2015
How dare you assume such a thing!!!!!!!
+2
level 65
Feb 28, 2014
Culver's is in the Midwest and in-and-out in a California joint
+1
level 45
May 20, 2014
there are in-and-outs in Nevada too
+1
level 73
Mar 1, 2015
I think In-n-Out has finally spread to the East Coast. I don't understand it. That place is so incredibly overrated.
+1
level 63
Mar 7, 2015
@Kalbahamut In-N-Out is not on the east coast and most likely will not. They reqiure all distributors to be within one day drive of there distribution centers, currently in Baldwin Park, Ca and Dallas, Tx. They do not use freezers or microwaves so this is why they must be close to the distro centers.
+1
level 73
Mar 7, 2015
I must have been misinformed, then. and thanks, that's very reassuring.
+3
level 65
May 11, 2018
Californians won't stop talking about In-n-Out, but I agree that they are extremely overrated. I've been to a Culver's once, and I remember it being pretty good.
+1
level 33
Aug 14, 2011
Knech, you're missing out!
+1
level 29
Aug 24, 2011
6/20 but I am British
+1
level 32
Sep 1, 2011
What's a Culver's?
+4
level 35
Sep 2, 2011
Culvers is a burger joint in the midwest. i live in iowa and we love them! amazing burgers!
+1
level 37
Mar 7, 2013
We have Culver's in Texas too. Yum!
+1
level 12
May 5, 2014
They have restaurants all over the country. I live in Ohio and we have multiple ones. Great place! :)
+1
level 39
Aug 21, 2017
My dad is from Iowa and he loves them.
+1
level 18
Sep 30, 2011
Never heard of Culver's, and slightly horrified by the butterburger. :) 16/20, and I knew a lot of this stuff from commercials, though I sure do love a Whopper with cheese.
+2
level 34
Feb 4, 2013
A Butterburger is actually better for you than a Whopper with cheese. Culver's is actually one of the better fast food restaurants, relatively speaking. Burger King, on the other hand, is hands down the worst fast food restaurant for calories and fat content, beating even McDonalds.
+1
level 73
Mar 7, 2015
Hard to believe that anything on Burger King's menu could be worse than some of the nightmarish fast food crimes cooked up by Hardee's or Arby's.

One of my favorite Colbert TDS bits. :D
+1
level 75
Mar 9, 2015
Hardees seems to be the one chain truly embracing the artery-clogging role among these restaurants. Every 6 months they seem to come up with some new massive heart killer. Loved the local Hardees when I was a kid, but no way would I eat there now.
+2
level 73
Mar 10, 2015
Arby's, KFC and Wendy's do occasionally come up with something that seems like they are intentionally trying to kill you. But, they also offer healthy alternatives. Arby's has their delicious line of deli sandwiches which are much better than a traditional hamburger, and they also have very good salads. Wendy's does salads just like Burger King and KFC offers grilled chicken wraps etc. Hardee's doesn't really have a single thing on their menu that is good for you. The only reason I liked Hardee's when I was in Saudi Arabia is they actually stocked a wide variety of sauces. Saudis in general don't like sauce, and most of the fast food chains didn't carry much or any. (for example, no hot mustard or sweet and sour at McDonald's). But Hardee's had a bunch to choose from. I loved their chipotle and wasabi mayos.
+1
level 15
Oct 13, 2011
trying so hard to get wendys couldn't think of the name. can't believe i missed jack in the box, dennys, starbucks and olive garden ! 11/20
+1
level 3
Oct 16, 2011
12/20 BOO!
+1
level 15
Oct 27, 2011
Crazy Bread is amazing!!! You guys should really try it!
+1
level 73
Mar 1, 2015
I used to think so when I was a kid and Little Ceasar's was the new fad. But... then they changed the way they made it or something and it's not nearly as good as it used to be.
+1
level 44
Mar 9, 2015
agree....pizza pizza!
+1
level 44
Oct 27, 2011
@GeckoIX, we used to have Burger King in Australia as well as Hungry Jacks (no 'A', not the country Hungary), they were tied with Taco Bell. I got 7/20, and got Denny's because of The Santa Clause - I watch it every Christmas!:)
+1
level 16
Oct 30, 2011
I got 4 lol! Oh well, I'm Aussie so we don't have most of them. I second GeckoIX's comment, Hungary Jacks should be accepted for Burger King cause that's what we call it. I only knew it because New Zealand call it Burger King
+1
level 20
Mar 7, 2013
It's weird isn't it? Australia is the only place that I think it calls it Hungry Jacks, rather than Burger King.
+1
level 38
Jul 25, 2015
It is not weird! Here is a reason why: Hungry Jacks was not called Burger King in Australia because the name Burger King was already taken by a takeaway shop in Adelaide. Jack Cowin, the Australian master for Burger King in Australia, was given a list of possible names to choose from. He chose Hungry Jack from the list, and slightly changed the name to a possessive form by adding an apostrophe 's' forming the new name Hungry Jack's. http://www.whichfranchise.net.au/index.cfm?event=getArticle&articleID=475 This is my source
+1
level 33
Dec 10, 2011
Never heard of Culvers, but a Butterburger sounds awesome! Gonna have to take a trip to Iowa just for them.
+1
level 23
Aug 7, 2018
oh you're missing out on all of the good burgers, chicken, and concrete custard mixers
+1
level 63
Aug 10, 2018
Don't forget the cheese curds!
+1
level 20
Dec 27, 2011
10/20. Some of those I knew because we're constantly bombarded by commercials; a few others were guesses because I have friends in different parts of the U.S.
+1
level 1
Dec 28, 2011
14/20 darn almost did it
+1
level 14
Jan 4, 2012
it's sad that I knew all of these. And the butter burger is good...it's really a buttered toasted bun as far as I can tell.
+1
level 50
Feb 1, 2012
What about DQ for dairy queen?
+2
level 56
Mar 7, 2013
Agreed. They're mostly branded as DQ now. You wouldn't expect people to still type out "Kentucky Fried Chicken" for KFC.
+1
level ∞
Mar 7, 2013
Okay, DQ will work now.
+1
level 18
Mar 25, 2012
@katytheelf, i eat at Culver's all the time. there's one in my city. I believe that the butterburger simply means they cook it in butter or put butter on the grill and cook it in that.
+1
level 18
Mar 25, 2012
and culver's are mostly in the midwest, but they have some in Arizona
+1
level 19
Apr 4, 2012
I got all the ones in my area 12 except for Taco Bell which I could not think of as I never eat there. Never heard of 2 or 3 of them.
+1
level 15
Apr 7, 2012
never heard of checkers or carls jr.
+1
level 28
Jun 8, 2013
They are also known as Rally's and Hardees if that sounds more familliar
+1
level 1
Mar 7, 2013
Steak and Shake also has a Butter Burger, and is much better known than "Culvers". Steak and Shake should also be considered a correct answer.
+2
level ∞
Mar 7, 2013
When I searched Google for "Butter Burger", I saw a lot of references to Culver's but none for Steak 'n Shake.
+1
level 44
Mar 9, 2015
That is due to the ButterBurger at Steak n Shake being a seasonal or temporary menu item. They rotate burgers there....according to their commercials/ads in mail. They also had a Royale w/ cheese at one point. 20/20...and you couldn't pay me to eat a double down or at Hardee's:)
+1
level 59
Aug 10, 2018
Steak and Shake are mostly in the Midwest and south. They're good too, almost as good as Culvers. And the Royale burger is one of the few fast food burgers to come with a fried egg (and cheese and bacon, etc.)
+1
level 6
Mar 9, 2013
Wow 7/20 but I'm British... I need to go to America more!!
+1
level 72
Mar 11, 2013
Heard of all of these except Culver's...and I didn't realize Little Caesars is still around. Pizza pizza!
+1
level 74
May 11, 2013
You should accept In & Out for In n Out.
+1
level 33
Jun 23, 2013
16.20.. not bad for a Canadian
+1
level 22
Jul 23, 2013
got 18 USA baby
+1
level 17
Jan 28, 2014
I only got nine... and I am American... sad.
+1
level 15
Feb 1, 2014
how did I look right past the big mac?
+1
level 8
Apr 3, 2014
its pretty Great quiz
+1
level 7
Apr 19, 2014
man I really suck at this.
+1
level 41
Jun 9, 2014
Only 75%. Some of these places don't exist in the South.
+1
level 29
Oct 10, 2014
Awesome blossom hasn't been on the menu for years
+1
level 48
Dec 2, 2014
Maybe because they are basically poison.
+1
level 48
Dec 2, 2014
18/20. Nice quiz. I like it that you can get credit for typing either Hardee's or Carl's Jr.
+1
level 33
Jan 22, 2015
In-N-Out is the best!
+1
level 31
Mar 7, 2015
Never heard of it.
+1
level 73
Mar 7, 2015
Only knew it because my daughter lived in California for a time. Wikipedia says they have 300 locations in the southwest in southern California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Texas. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In-N-Out_Burger
+1
level 58
Nov 30, 2015
When I was in high school in California, kids would take the In-N-Out Burger bumper stickers and scrape off the B and r so the sticker would say In-N-Out urge (sexual innuendo). LOL. So juvenile and stupid but it still makes me laugh to think about it. They're in Utah now too.
+1
level 37
Feb 10, 2015
How is this a chain quiz. Lol.
+1
level 35
Apr 19, 2018
This is just... sad.
+1
level 59
Mar 7, 2015
Culver's is in 22 states, for the people who've never heard of it.
+1
level 31
Mar 7, 2015
I live right next to a Culver's. I've even met Craig Culver, founder of the company, since I live close to the headquarters. It also has 502 restaurant locations.
+1
level 59
Mar 8, 2015
Nice, I live in the area as well.
+1
level 18
Mar 7, 2015
7/20... Considering im British thats good cx
+1
level 2
Mar 7, 2015
What's Carl's Jr? I live in the US and have never heard of it
+1
level 44
Mar 9, 2015
Carl's Jr = Hardee's. I believe that it is like Rally's vs Checkers and the name changes based on geography. I'm from Ohio so it's Hardee's and Rally's to me. But I believe out West it is Carl's Jr and down south I know it is Checkers.
+1
level 74
Mar 7, 2015
I believe Jack in the Box has a Butter Burger too.
+1
level 39
Jan 13, 2016
They call theirs the Buttery Jack.
+1
level 18
Mar 8, 2015
I don't eat at half of these places and only got them because of the commercials. Never heard of Crave Case or ButterBurger.
+1
level 73
Aug 10, 2018
I never heard of Crave Case either, but I know White Castle sells burgers by the box so it made sense. They are nasty little things but I used to love 'em. (Krystal burgers from the South are better, though.)
+1
level 27
Mar 12, 2015
I hate when people include chains that aren't in more than half of the states in the US... I'm talking about you Checker's and Culver's.
+1
level 47
Feb 7, 2017
Agreed.
+2
level 14
Apr 22, 2015
Seeing "7-Layer Burrito" all I thought was "That sounds like just another gross thing from Taco Bell".
+1
level 60
Apr 25, 2016
And you were right!
+1
level 13
May 10, 2015
im only 10 and i live in england and i already know 6 even though i havent been to america before
+1
level 23
Dec 18, 2015
What the cuss is a crave case? It sounds like a heart attack waiting to happen.
+1
level 59
Jan 27, 2016
I've been to America three times and I still haven't heard of or seen some of these. Guess it depends on where you're at, some seem to be local to a few areas. Anyway... You don't have to necessarily be from America or have ever visited for knowing some. Especially the international ones.
+1
level 57
Mar 14, 2016
What is Culver's? That's new to me.
+1
level 47
Feb 7, 2017
It's a burger chain that started in Wisconsin. So most of of their locations are in the midwest I believe.
+1
level 60
Apr 25, 2016
Damn you Chili's, one of us is spelling your name wrong, and, well, I kinda think it's you! (How can you be a Mexican restaurant and not spell it "Chile's"??) EVERY TIME.
+2
level 73
Aug 10, 2018
Neither is wrong. Chili, chile, and chilli are all accepted spellings for the pepper, but the restaurant uses the first spelling.
+1
level 57
Aug 10, 2018
Also I don't think Chili's is a Mexican restaurant.
+1
level 43
Oct 3, 2016
As an Australian, it would only seem fair to accept 'Maccas' for Mcdonalds
+1
level 28
Dec 25, 2016
Or MaccyDs in the UK.
+1
level 70
Feb 9, 2017
Or McDo in France.
+1
level 21
Jan 27, 2017
Going to keep it 4/20 :)
+2
level 47
Feb 7, 2017
At least around here, Chili's no longer sells the Awesome Blossom. And Subway doesn't have $5 footlongs anymore.
+1
level 65
Jun 12, 2018
Wikipedia concurs. "The dish, under the name Awesome Blossom, was also a very popular part of the Chili's menu until it was removed in 2001." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blooming_onion
+1
level 21
Feb 9, 2017
15\20,not bad.Cant believe i missed Red Lobster,well i am from the philippines
+1
level 70
Feb 9, 2017
Just a cultural observation about the comments, obviously I'm not American our native speaker, not sure which one it is: though technically correct, I wouldn't call grabbing something at a fast food place "eating out", or eating in a restaurant.
+1
level 73
Aug 10, 2018
People eat inside fast-food restaurants. Many of these don't even have drive-thru lanes.
+1
level 57
Aug 10, 2018
Many of these restaurants aren't even fast food: Olive Garden, Red Lobster, (debatably) Chili's, and Outback Steakhouse, for example. Outback and Red Lobster are pretty expensive, if that's what you are going by.
+1
level 17
Feb 16, 2017
I went to a Checker's when I was in Florida on vacation and that's the only thing I remember XD. We don't have some of these places in Nebraska.
+1
level 22
Apr 7, 2017
I think the only reason I know what an Awesome Blossom is because of the Office.
+1
level 63
Aug 7, 2017
Too US-centric. I can do much better if there are more UK/France based chain restaurants.
+4
level 74
Feb 24, 2018
I mean, the title does warn you of this fact.
+1
level 38
Aug 11, 2018
Looks like somebody doesn't read the titles.
+1
level 46
Aug 27, 2017
I'm from Minnesota, used to work at culver's for many years, very delicious and legitimately fresh beef and real ingredients and such :) still eat there all the time although I don't get the discount anymore.
+1
level 43
Sep 14, 2017
Only been to four of these but knew 17... Omnipresent fast food.
+1
level 59
Sep 19, 2017
Culvers butterburger is seriously great-The best item on the list. And for my money the best burger in America.
+2
level 73
Aug 10, 2018
Fresh - never frozen - meat that is hand patted and seasoned and cooked to order, served on a lightly buttered, grilled bun. What's not to love? I don't think their fried cheese curds would fit the bill for healthy food, though.
+1
level 43
Dec 21, 2017
14/20.....missed taco bell,popeyes, subway, outback steakhouse and red lobster
+1
level 32
Jan 10, 2018
As a Wisconsinite, I'm a bit disappointed by how little people know about Culver's..
+1
level 55
Jun 28, 2018
As I started answering I thought this was fast food, then I saw Olive Garden and realized it includes very, very long time to get anything to eat food too.
+1
level 23
Aug 10, 2018
Not heard of most of these. I guess this is a quiz specifically for America.
+3
level 73
Aug 10, 2018
Did you read the title?
+1
level 32
Aug 11, 2018
18/20. Can't believe I missed Popeye's, and I have no reason to get In-n-Out, living in Missouri.
+1
level 33
Aug 12, 2018
Thanks for accepting Hardee's for Carl's Jr and Rally's for Checker's! I couldn't remember Carl's Jr & Checker's offhand since I grew up in the Midwest.
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