Companies similar to or like Burger King

American multinational chain of hamburger fast food restaurants. Wikipedia

  • History of Burger King

    Now the international fast food restaurant chain Burger King was founded in on July 23, 1953 in Jacksonville, Florida, as Insta-Burger King. Inspired by the McDonald brothers' original store location in San Bernardino, California, the founders and owners, Keith J. Cramer and his step father Matthew Burns, began searching for a concept. Wikipedia

  • Metro (restaurant chain)

    Icelandic fast food restaurant chain. It replaced McDonald's after McDonald's left Iceland in October 30, 2009 due to the 2008–2011 Icelandic financial crisis and high import tariff on imported ingredients which requires their prices of their products to increase, which the franchise holder, Lyst Hr., refused to raise prices in order to stay competitive with local restaurants who used ingredients sourced locally, hence the franchise owner decided to close down all McDonald’s operation and replaced with their own franchise, Metro. Wikipedia

  • Burger King advertising

    Founded in 1954, international fast food chain Burger King has employed many advertising programs. During the 1970s, its advertisements included a memorable jingle, the inspiration for its current mascot the Burger King and several well-known and parodied slogans, such as Have it your way and It takes two hands to handle a Whopper. Wikipedia

  • Whopper

    Signature hamburger and an associated product line sold by international fast food restaurant chain Burger King and its Australian franchise Hungry Jack's. Introduced in 1957, the hamburger has undergone several reformulations such as portion resizing and bread changes. Wikipedia

  • KFC

    American fast food restaurant chain headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, that specializes in fried chicken. World's second-largest restaurant chain after McDonald's, with 22,621 locations globally in 150 countries. Wikipedia

  • Tim Hortons

    Canadian multinational fast food restaurant chain. Based in Toronto, Tim Hortons serves coffee, doughnuts and other fast food items. Wikipedia

  • Fast food restaurant

    Specific type of restaurant that serves fast food cuisine and has minimal table service. Typically part of a "meat-sweet diet", offered from a limited menu, cooked in bulk in advance and kept hot, finished and packaged to order, and usually available for take away, though seating may be provided. Wikipedia

  • Burger King products

    When the predecessor of international fast food restaurant chain Burger King (BK) first opened in 1953, its menu predominantly consisted of hamburgers, French fries, soft drinks, milkshakes, and desserts. After being acquired by its Miami, Florida franchisees and renamed in 1954, BK began expanding its menu by adding the Whopper sandwich in 1957, and has since added non-beef items such as chicken, fish, and vegetarian offerings, including salads and meatless sandwiches. Wikipedia

  • Burger King premium burgers

    As far back as the 1970s, international fast food restaurant chain Burger King has attempted to introduce a premium line of burgers. These sandwiches are part of a system which eventually became known as the barbell strategy; a plan designed to expand Burger King's menu with both more sophisticated, adult-oriented fare along with products that are more value-oriented. Wikipedia

  • A&W (Canada)

    Canadian fast food restaurant chain. Originally part of the U.S.-based A&W Restaurants chain, but was sold to Unilever in 1972, and then bought by its management in 1995. Wikipedia

  • List of Burger King products

    When the predecessor of international fast food restaurant chain Burger King (BK) first opened in 1953, its menu predominantly consisted of hamburgers, French fries, soft drinks, milkshakes, and desserts. After being acquired by its Miami, Florida franchisees and renamed in 1954, BK began expanding its menu by adding the Whopper. Wikipedia

  • Smashburger

    American fast-casual hamburger restaurant chain founded in Denver, Colorado. As of February 2018, it has more than 370 corporate and franchise-owned restaurants in 37 states and 9 countries. Wikipedia

  • Duchess (restaurant)

    Fast-food restaurant chain in southwestern Connecticut. Founded by Harold and Jack Berkowitz in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1956. Wikipedia

  • Burger King franchises

    The majority of the locations of international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King are privately owned franchises. While the majority of franchisees are smaller operations, several have grown into major corporations in their own right. Wikipedia

  • Krystal (restaurant)

    American regional fast food restaurant chain headquartered in Dunwoody, Georgia, with restaurants in the Southeastern United States. Known for its small, square hamburgers, called sliders in places other than the Southeast, with steamed-in onions. Wikipedia

  • Dairy Queen

    American 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 formerly owned Karmelkorn and Golden Skillet Fried Chicken. Wikipedia

  • Big King

    One of the major hamburger products sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King, and was part of its menu for more than twenty years. Sold in the United States under its 1997 Big King XL formulation. Wikipedia

  • Burger King legal issues

    The legal issues of Burger King include several legal disputes and lawsuits involving the international fast food restaurant chain Burger King (BK) as both plaintiff and defendant in the years since its founding in 1954. These have involved almost every aspect of the company's operations. Wikipedia

  • Jack in the Box

    American fast-food restaurant chain founded February 21, 1951, by Robert O. Peterson in San Diego, California, where it is headquartered. The chain has over 2,200 locations, primarily serving the West Coast of the United States. Wikipedia

  • Popeyes

    American multinational chain of fried chicken fast food restaurants that was founded in 1972 in New Orleans, Louisiana and headquartered in Miami, Florida. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., and it was formerly named Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits and Popeyes Famous Fried Chicken & Biscuits. Wikipedia

  • Sonic Drive-In

    American drive-in fast-food restaurant chain owned by Inspire Brands, the parent company of Arby's and Buffalo Wild Wings. As of 2021, 3,496 Sonic restaurants are located in 46 U.S. states. Wikipedia

  • List of restaurant chains

    List of restaurant chains. undefined undefined undefined Wikipedia


Sentences forBurger King

  • Burger King responded by trolling McDonald's by giving their sandwiches names like "Like a Big Mac But Juicier", "Like a Big Mac, But Actually Big" and "Big Mac-ish But Flame-Grilled of Course".McDonald's-Wikipedia
  • The so-called "Burger King" jersey proved to be unpopular with fans, and was scrapped after only one season.Los Angeles Kings-Wikipedia
  • Abdul also choreographed The King's touchdown celebration, as seen in a string of Burger King television commercials that aired during the 2005–06 NFL season.Paula Abdul-Wikipedia
  • In the aftermath of his highly publicized feud with Meek Mill, Drake was also endorsed by fast food restaurants Burger King and Whataburger.Drake (musician)-Wikipedia
  • Global firms such as McDonald's and Burger King etc. are firmly established in Montevideo.Montevideo-Wikipedia
  • The city is also the headquarters of restaurant chains such as Burger King and Benihana.Miami-Wikipedia

This will create an email alert.  Stay up to date on result for: Burger King