A Big Mick, much like the real-life Big Mac, has two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, and onions. But a Big Mick has no sesame seeds. And, conversely, McDonalds has golden arches, but McDowell's? They serve their delicately deep-fried fare under golden arcs. These may seem like subtle differences, but there's a fine line between good and exceptional, and McDowell's has managed to make the crossover. Plus, their employees wear berets! How Parisian!
Tags: america, mcdowells, akeem, zamunda, eddie-murphy
Are you a Pickle lover or leaver? Does the idea of a pickle go perfectly with a cheeseburger or do you leave them lonely on your burger wrapper. If all the abandoned pickles in the world got together, they would make a happy pink, retro style pattern - Pickled Pink. Show yourself some pickle love.
Tags: pattern, repeat, retro, fastfood, big-mac
Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain. It began operating in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, expanded throughout the United States, and, at its peak in 1973, had 1,050 locations. The chain featured several signature items, such as the Big Shef and Super Shef hamburgers. Burger Chef spread across both the West and East Coasts—eventually becoming second only to McDonald's in number of locations... hard to believe, right? This version of the retro 70's Burger Chef design includes a thoughtful distressing treatment to give it just the right look.
Tags: hamburger, vintage-diner, vintage-cafe, diner, restaurant
Very few drive-thru establishments can serve up adultery and quiet rage, but Mr. Smiley's has got a surplus of those extra-special menu items. In American Beauty Lester's wife rolls through for a double smiley sandwich, curly fries and a vanilla shake (while making out with The Real Estate King), but we'd opt for the beef-and-cheese pot pie on a stick and a side of Lester's ironic delivery of "Smile! You're at Mr. Smiley's" to wash it all down.
Tags: hamburger, burger, bobs-burgers, drive-thru, have-a-nice-day