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How about this train of thought folks? A good old mom and pop restaurant is usually the best place to find quality food at a good price. Whenever I traveled and was hungry I would pull of the freeway at some small town and ask the locals where the best place to eat was. I was never disappointed.. Same way even if you do not drive the trip. Wherever you windup, just get out of the hotel/motel and ask the locals, start at the front desk.
I avoid box stores like the plague. Once you get past one or two restaurants, in rare cases three, you lose personal and quality control and profit becomes the main motive.
Most of you folks know what I am talking about here. MSN can take a hike. Why should I worry about up and coming chains when I do not even patronize the existing ones. I am not an investor, so maybe it makes sense to someone gambling on a quick buck I want to eat good food at a good price. period.
Chickfil-a- Hapeville Ga.
Buffalo Wild Wings-Minn.
Papa Murphy's-Vancouver wa
There are some great successes from CA., don't get me wrong, think In N Out, Jamba Juice, Mcdonalds but looking at the top 100 restaurants in the US, there are as many or more that have started in Florida, Texas, Georgia, Colorado or Washington than there have been in Ca. Considering Ca. has 10% of all households in the US, makes up 12% of the entire US population and accounts for 13% of GDP I just wonder...
This article is a total waste of time. What about people who don't live in CA. Why didn't you cover new restaurants all over the United States. By the time these restaurants reach Ohio we will be too old to go out to eat. Nice complete coverage idiots.
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