Covid-19 forces restaurant chains to consider drive-thru services to stay afloat.
McDonald's and Wendy's showed promising signs in breakfast sales amid the pandemic while other fast-food chains are trying hard to survive. Who's your bet?
Will Burger King and McDonald's finally stop making digs at each other?
Burger King for the win!
Have you imagined what 2021 would be like? Burger King certainly have!
Chicken and fries in one shareable box? Burger King is definitely stepping up their game!
A whooper prank was pulled off by a prank caller who convinced employees of a Burger King Minneapolis outlet to break the restaurant's glass windows, else the place explodes.
Burger lover better get their taste buds ready for this super hot and spicy "Angriest Whopper". Red buns infused with hot sauce, jalapenos and the spicy angry sauce might be a challenge indeed.
A Milwaukee lady and her daughter are facing jail time after being blamed in the attack for a Burger King representative who didn't allow the mother use 12 coupons on one meal.
The competition between top fast food chains is heating up, with the latest offering from McDonald starting February 29 where customers could pick two out of the four McDonald’s “iconic menu items” – a Big Mac, a Filet-O-Fish, a Quarter Pounder with Cheese or a 10-piece order of Chicken McNuggets – for a low prize of $5.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen recently announced plans to open additional 4,000 stores in the next seven years in hopes of beating big burger chains, such as McDonald’s and Burger King.
People who often complain of their burgers not having enough pickles in it should probably go to Japan and order from a Burger King outlet there.
Burger King's new hot-dog product ignites an all out wiener war.
Scroll through and mourn for the fast food items that have been phased out by their respective items.
Restaurant Brands International Inc., which is the owner of Burger King and Tim Hortons are planning to expand their business in Indiana by partnering with Luke Family of Brands and plans for “more of the same on the sales front” in 2016.
Will you pay for $106 for a burger made at Gordon Ramsay's?