Can you complete the names of defunct fast food restaurants?

Who's Roasters? What Burgers?

Fast-food cravings don't disappear just because your favorite chains do.

Here, we've pulled a baker's dozen of discontinued fast-food restaurants that fans from the 1950s-1990s noshed as long as they could get their hands around those greasy wrappers.

Think you can complete the names of some of the best-loved but now-mostly-defunct fast food chains?

Good luck getting your order right below!
  1. In the 1970s, this seafood chain sold a lot of fish & chips, but now there are only a few still standing: [???] Treacher's
  2. After Hardees bought out this chain from the 1950s, which peaked in the 1970s, the last one standing was shuttered in 1996:
  3. Rotisserie chicken was at the heart of this fast food chain, co-founded in 1991 by which musician who gave it his name? [???] [???] Roasters
  4. With a big barn on its logo, this fast-food chain is from the 1960s: [???] Barn
  5. From the 1960s to the 1970s, KFC tried to expand with which chain: Kentucky [???]
  6. The 1980s gave us this healthier fast-food option with a reduced-calorie menu, known simply as: [?]'Lites
  7. In the 1960s, this steakhouse chain borrowed its names from which TV Western? [???] Steakhouse
  8. At the end of the 1970s, Wendy's launched its own chicken chain to rival KFC: [???] Chicken
  9. This fast food chain was founded in the '20s but was most popular in the 1950s: [???] Tower Hamburgers
  10. Similar in name and burger size to White Castle, this fast-food chain was liquidated in the 1970s: [???] Castle
  11. This donut fast-food chain from the 1950s promised 50 different flavors daily and still thrives in Japan: [???] Donut
  12. Fans of this fast-food franchise that was a hit from the 1950s to the 1970s should note there's still one that exists today in Michigan: [???] Hamburgers
  13. At peak popularity, this was Los Angeles' most recognizable fast-food chain: Hamburger [???]

Can you complete the names of defunct fast food restaurants?

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RedSamRackham 9 months ago
* When Henry's hamburgers folded one Chicago location changed name to Penny's!
Dario 34 months ago
12 out of 13! 😁😁😁😁😁
WILD 34 months ago
You got 10 out of 13
Grease lightning! A sack of burgers for the winner!
Rickey 60 months ago
You got 9 out of 13
Keep sipping your soda, maybe you need a little more sugar to get the memory going.
bpacha77511 66 months ago
12/13....gotta admit guessed AAALOT
Joe 67 months ago
Kenny Roger's roasters was not started by Kenny at all, and would probably still be around if the owners didn't use his name and image without permission. They got sued out of existence.
Geronimo 67 months ago
Guessed every single question..........................10/13
scp 67 months ago
11 out of 13.

Every time I see Arthur Treacher's mentioned on this site I want to go there. Argh!
ETristanBooth 67 months ago
11/13. Loved Arthur Treacher's and Mister Donut.
JManSGV 67 months ago
Hamburger Hamlet was never a fast food restaurant.
booster 67 months ago
11/13 Some of those were not from the area.
cperrynaples 67 months ago
11/13! I ate at most of these places!
DouglasHolste 67 months ago
11/13 happy I got most right even though some of restaurants were obscure and regional. I can personally attest there are lots of Mr. Donut shops in Japan...and I saw a Sizzler still running too.
Brownthunder 67 months ago
10/13 some I didn't remember. Some i guessed, Burger Chef was my favorite though
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