What was the first restaurant chain to offer a 99 cent value menu?

Answer Wendy's was the first restaurant chain to offer a 99 cent value menu. The company debuted its "Super Value Menu" in 1989. The Super Value Menu today offers around 10 items at different prices.Sourc... Read More »

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What became the first U.S. restaurant chain by opening a franchise on Cape Cod in 1935?

The first United States restaurant chain was Howard Johnson's (often referred to simply as Hojo's), which established its first franchise in 1935 on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts. This was done by the... Read More »

What was the first fast-food restaurant to offer patrons 20 free minutes of Internet time?

In 1999, Burger King became the first fast food restaurant to offer 20 minutes of free Internet access to patrons who made qualifying purchases at participating restaurants. Access was provided via... Read More »

Where was the first KFC restaurant?

The first Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise restaurant was located in Salt Lake City. It was owned by Leon Harman, who opened it in 1952. KFC founder Harland Sanders, the "Colonel", awarded Harman t... Read More »

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