Should've gone to Popeye's.
There's a larger size, too.
Things are apparently pretty bleak in 2020.
Is the paper attempting a human version of BuzzFeed's exploding-watermelon experiment?
That's a lot of lost burritos.
The company calls it the "McDonald's of the future."
You won't be missed, McWrap.
Customers can't load the app or log in online.
The chain figures the hike would need to be "something like 50 percent."
They were told the building could explode if they didn't do it.
A customer says he's hurt by the joke, but some skeptics think the whole thing could be a prank.
It's a real-life Hamburglar.
The grocery chain believes appetites are growing for lionfish.
The chain claims the future will be oven-to-door service in ten minutes.
The company says the issue "was resolved very quickly."
The company will open a Reserve Roastery in a brand-new, 20,000-square-foot space.
Employees might have worked more than 20 hours a week off the clock.
He says he suffered daily discrimination while working at the grocer's Chelsea location.
It's spent 100,000 hours teaching cooks to make chicken "the way the Colonel intended."