Booze, fast food to make perfect harmony together
One day, you will walk into a fast-food restaurant and you simply won't know where you are.
Are you in a bar? Is this a coffee shop? Is this a place to simply get a cheap hamburger made of meat "suitable for human consumption"?
In an effort to blur the definition of "fast food," chains are entering the world of alcohol. Burger King has opened "Whopper bars," which serve beer and one of the most disturbing interpretations of pizza imaginable. In Florida, Sonic restaurants — "America's drive-in" — will serve beer and wine, which seems to encourage drinking in cars. Meanwhile, Starbucks has added beer and wine to its Seattle locations, but they won't serve it until 4 p.m., which is roughly the middle of the workday for all those tech geeks out there.
Some day you'll walk into a restaurant and see alcohol, food and coffee, and you won't know what the primary purpose of the place is. The only thing that could make this all worse is if Taco Bell decided to jump in.
[via USA Today]
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