ANSWERS: 5
  • OMG! They're still around? We had one in the town I grew up in, but they shut down...years ago - I thought the whole chain went out of business. I love there footlongs - they were the shit!
  • I think.... you have a Wienerschnitzel fast food chain???? .... I want to move where YOU are. All my chains serve are hamburgers. I love pastrami sandwiches.
  • Long John Silver now has some new items: still fish, but not what you think of when you think of them. Things you think of as sit=down, not fast food.
  • They realize that in order to keep their share of the fast food market and perhaps increase the number of customers, they have to constantly attract attention with their newest offering. It sounds to me like a very good fit actually. It's when a seafood place like H. Salt starts offering hamburgers that I would wonder what the heck is going on! :) ((hugs))
  • First of all Wiener Schnitzel is a breaded veal cutlet, "Wiener" meaning "Vienna." Second, pastrami originated in Anatolia (Turkey) and came by way of Romania to America, where Jewish immigrants used cheaper beef navel. So I'd say this chain has its heritage confused. That said, Katz's in NY still serves up a mean pastrami, corned beef and brisket, and you can sit in the booth where they filmed for "When Harry Met Sally."

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