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Shari’s Introduces Four New, Limited Time Salmon Menu Options

Shari’s announced four new, limited time menu options featuring Wild Alaskan and Smoked Salmon for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Now available for a limited time at all 94 Shari’s locations throughout Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Nebraska and Wyoming are the Smoked Salmon Omelette, Grilled Northwest Salmon Hash, Smoked Salmon Eggs...

Fatburger Debuts Impossible Burger Nationwide

Fatburger announced vegan-friendly Impossible Burgers will be available at all domestic locations across America. The Impossible Burger at Fatburger will be featured on Fatburger menus with traditional toppings including lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, mustard, onion and pickle relish. Diners can also customize with additional items. Fatburger will be the first national...

Wendy’s Smoky Mushroom Bacon Cheeseburger

Can’t get enough of Wendy’s fresh beef? Say no more! Wendy’s is introducing what could be the most craveable cheeseburger to hit fast food menus. The new Smoky Mushroom Bacon Cheeseburger and Baked Potato takes deliciously different to a whole new level. Wendy’s never-ending passion to serve the best hamburgers...

Shari’s Three New Berry Toppings For Their Buttermilk Pancakes

Punxsutawney Phil must have been wearing sunglasses because Spring has arrived early at all 94 Shari’s locations throughout Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Nebraska and Wyoming with the release of three new berry pancake, French toast or waffle toppings! Berries, berries and more berries are featured in the brand-new blueberry, raspberry...

Togo’s Lemon Pepper Tuna Is Back

Togo’s Great Sandwiches continues to offer exciting menu items with a relentless focus on premium taste and quality. Now featuring 20% more zesty lemon pepper tuna, Togo’s seasonal favorite is a welcome flavor for spring. For an even more delicious deal, participating Togo’s locations are offering a regular Lemon Pepper...

Best and Worst US Cities for Foodies on a Budget

Las Vegas and Long Beach, Calif. are the best cities to live if you are looking for affordable food options, found a new study by personal finance website GOBankingRates. According to the study, Seattle is the worst city for foodies on a budget. The city has the fifth-highest cost of...