Name-brand fast food isn't horrible. Handheld dishes like Taco Bell's Quesarito and burgers fill hunger quickly. From everywhere, you can reach dozens of possibilities.

In-N-Out's'secret' menu now online. Smashed burgers and animal-style fries have a cult following. The Dude's taste is undisputed.

1. In-N-Out

Zaxby's makes fried chicken. Two childhood friends in Statesboro, Georgia, opened the eatery. Crispy chicken with Zax sauce.

2. Zaxby's

Spice is key. Popeyes' hush-hush blend adds Cajun flavour to its fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and fries. New Orleans-born eatery has a rabid fanbase.

3. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen

Dave Thomas, creator of Wendy's, appeared in 800 ads promoting burgers. His never-frozen burgers and Frostys remain.

4. Wendy's

Whataburger's orange and white stripes advertise juicy deliciousness on a toasted 5-inch bun. Honey butter chicken biscuits are a popular hangover treatment.

5. Whataburger

Taco Bell introduces new items weekly. So are drunken cantinas. The menu is stoner-friendly, late-night-worthy, and inexpensive.

6. Taco Bell

This North Carolina and Virginia chain adores biscuits. Warm, fluffy biscuits are made-from-scratch every 15 minutes.

7. Biscuitville

No meal at the fast-food behemoth is complete without curly fries. Arby's provides Roast Beef and Beef 'n Cheddars after 55 years.

8. Arby's 

A Blizzard flip is nostalgic. DQ's creamy vanilla soft serve pairs well with Oreos and M&Ms (Turtle Pecan Cluster, Peanut Butter Cookie Dough).

9. Dairy Queen

Culver's burger uses Wisconsin butter. The burgers are cooked between dairy-brushed buns and go well with frozen custard.

10. Culver's

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