Home Sweet Home Market: A Fast Food Origins Quiz

You can spot their signs from miles away on the interstate, but how well do you know where some of your favorite chain eateries got their starts? Take our quiz to see!

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Dave Thomas opened the original Wendy's in what city in 1969?
Cleveland, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Columbus, OH
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Quiznos got its start after a sandwich shop merger in the early 1980s in what city?
Portland, OR
Seattle, WA
Denver, CO
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The first Dairy Queen opened its window in 1940 in what city?
Naperville, IL
Wheaton, IL
Joliet, IL
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Troy N. Smith, Sr. opened a root beer stand he called the Top Hat Drive-In in 1953; the business eventually evolved into Sonic Drive-In. In what city did Sonic get its start?
Norman, OK
Shawnee, OK
Tulsa, OK
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Former Marine Glen Bell founded Taco Bell with a store in what decidedly north of the border city in 1962?
Downey, CA
Fort Wayne, IN
Salem, OR
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Doughnut merchant Krispy Kreme has been around in its current incarnation since Vernon Rudolph opened a doughnut shop in what Southern city?
Charleston, SC
Winston-Salem, NC
Athens, GA
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Burger King can trace its roots back to a burger shop called Insta-Burger King that opened in what Florida city in 1953?
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Brothers Forrest and Leroy Raffel opened the first Arby's in what Ohio town in 1964?
Akron, OH
Sandusky, OH
Boardman, OH
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Brothers Dan and Frank Carney opened the original Pizza Hut in their hometown in 1958. What city did the brothers call home?
Atlanta, GA
Rochester, NY
Wichita, KS
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Fred De Luca and Peter Buck opened the restaurant that would become Subway in 1965 in what city?
Providence, RI
Bridgeport, CT
Wayne, NJ
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Richard and Maurice McDonald opened their fast food joint in San Bernardino, CA in 1940, but the company's headquarters now reside in a suburb of what city?
Los Angeles
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The first Long John Silver's opened in 1969 in what city?
Lexington, KY
Norfolk, VA
Baltimore, MD