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  • Druther's

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    Druther's is a restaurant, formerly a chain of fast food restaurants that began as Burger Queen restaurants based in Louisville, Kentucky from 1963 until 1981. The name was a play on the word "druthers", and the mascot was a giant female bee named Queenie Bee. In 1981, Burger Queen changed to Druther's restaurants, although the changes were mostly cosmetic. One reason given for the name change was to eliminate the perception that they specialized in only hamburgers when they also had fried chicken and a serve-yourself salad bar. Druther's featured a character named "Andy Dandytale" on its kids meal items (and a live-action version in early TV advertising). The chain's slogan was "I'd Ruther Go to Druther's Restaurant."

  • Dairy Queen

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    Dairy Queen (DQ) is a chain of soft serve ice cream and fast-food restaurants owned by International Dairy Queen, Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway. International Dairy Queen, Inc., also owns Orange Julius and Karmelkorn. The first DQ restaurant was located in Joliet, Illinois. It was operated by Sherb Noble and opened for business on June 22, 1940. It served a variety of frozen products, such as soft serve ice cream. The company's corporate offices are located in the Minneapolis suburb of Edina, Minnesota.

  • White Castle (restaurant)

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    White Castle is an American regional hamburger restaurant chain in the Midwestern United States with additonal locations throughout the New York Metropolitan Area, two locations in Las Vegas, Nevada and a location in Shanghai, China. It has been generally credited as the country's first fast-food chain. It is known for its small, square hamburgers. Sometimes referred to as "sliders", the burgers were initially priced at five cents until 1929 and remained at ten cents until 1949. In the 1940s, White Castle periodically ran promotional ads in local newspapers which contained coupons offering five burgers for ten cents, takeout only. On January 14, 2014, Time labeled the White Castle slider the most influential burger of all time.

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