:7: Fast Food Restaurants: Here’s a Tip

So I finished my first class this morning at 9:45 and started to wonder what to do with my extra time since I usually don’t have class until 11 or later.

Then I remembered the greatest thing about being awake before 10, which is this:

The breakfast menu isn’t always where you’ll find the gems on fast food menus, but if you’ve never had one of these, then let me be the first to introduce you to the Breakfast Burger from Carl’s Jr.

Although it doesn’t compare with burgers form In N’ Out or Five Guys, this is a fantastic burger and it’s only about 4 bucks. The reason I was excited after class was because I realized I had just enough time to go snag one of these from Carl’s Jr. before they stopped serving breakfast.

Of course, this got me to thinking of why Carl’s Jr. would keep such a delicious item from their menu for more than 80% of each day.

I don’t eat a TON of fast food, but I’m not a health nut either. My friends and I thoroughly enjoy this burger when we get the chance and we would certainly visit Carl’s Jr. more often if it was available 24/7.

In fact, I would even argue that McDonald’s could greatly benefit from serving breakfast all day, but alas, we must arrive between 6 and 10:30 if we want a couple of Sausage McMuffins.

This wouldn’t even be that big of a deal, except Jack in the Box serves its breakfast all day, so why don’t McDonald’s or Carls Jr. do that?

If I ever run one of these companies I’ll make sure breakfast is served all day, everyday. You have my word.

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One Response to :7: Fast Food Restaurants: Here’s a Tip

  1. good point! I don’t know why more fast food restaurants don’t serve breakfast all day either! It seems like they would get far more business and please their customers. There is probably some marketing reason for it. Maybe it makes breakfast seem more exclusive or special because it is offered during a limited time? nice post 🙂

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