• How much did a Big Mac cost in 1972?

    Best answer: The price of a Big Mac in 1972 was $0.65 In fact, McDonalds was famous for $0.15 hamburgers until well into the 1960s when the Big Mac was invented in 1967. By 1972 the price of a regular hamburger at McDonalds had jumped to $0.28 Just for fun, that $0.65 Big Mac is equal to $3.87 today. Also, as another fun... show more
    Best answer: The price of a Big Mac in 1972 was $0.65

    In fact, McDonalds was famous for $0.15 hamburgers until well into the 1960s when the Big Mac was invented in 1967. By 1972 the price of a regular hamburger at McDonalds had jumped to $0.28

    Just for fun, that $0.65 Big Mac is equal to $3.87 today. Also, as another fun tidbit of information, the Big Mac is sometimes used as a standardized commodity to compare the value of international currency. This is because the Big Mac is exactly the same all over the world which means you can compare how many Big Macs you can buy for a specific amount of any currency. It's called the "Big Mac Index" and it's actually pretty interesting.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Has anyone ever been to Black Angus Steakhouse?

    Best answer: YEs many times, it provided average quality prime rib.
    Best answer: YEs many times, it provided average quality prime rib.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • While dining at a restaurant do you prefer Coke or Pepsi products?

    Best answer: neither I prefer milk.
    Best answer: neither I prefer milk.
    17 answers · 1 month ago
  • Would you be offended by this?

    So I went out to eat with 4 of my friends at this sushi restaurant. When the bill came, I noticed there was gratuity added. Now on the menu, it says "gratuity added to parties of 6 or more". There were only 5 of us. So my friend asks a manager about it and he goes "It's mandatory for parties of... show more
    So I went out to eat with 4 of my friends at this sushi restaurant. When the bill came, I noticed there was gratuity added. Now on the menu, it says "gratuity added to parties of 6 or more". There were only 5 of us. So my friend asks a manager about it and he goes "It's mandatory for parties of 6 or more but anything less, it's at the waiter's discretion to decide." (this was not written on the menu) Umm wtf does that even mean. Like how can the waiter determine who to add gratuity on and who not to for parties under six? Would this offend you or am I overreacting?
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why do Americans always say British food is bad?

    when it's exactly the same food Americans eat only without the chemicals PS we're also allowed kinder eggs
    when it's exactly the same food Americans eat only without the chemicals PS we're also allowed kinder eggs
    13 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why are people pressured to leave tips at restaurants when it's not legally mandatory?

    Why aren't restaurants pressured to pay their staff a living wage and offer menu items at higher prices to afford that? I'll occasionally buy a $10 meal but if prices went up to $20 then they wouldn't see me at all. It's annoying that this pressure exists. I'm a math tutor and I never get... show more
    Why aren't restaurants pressured to pay their staff a living wage and offer menu items at higher prices to afford that? I'll occasionally buy a $10 meal but if prices went up to $20 then they wouldn't see me at all. It's annoying that this pressure exists. I'm a math tutor and I never get additional pay for simply doing my job. On most days I take out, specifically to avoid the whole tipping situation, but sometimes I need to eat at the venue. I don't like how tipping is open ended and would rather it be already added to my bill, so i didn't have to think about it. I don't care about service, I just want my meal. It doesn't mean anything if a server is nice, timely, and etc because that is simply them doing their job. The idea of them throwing a hissy fit for not getting a special favor from me when they should be complaining to their bosses or seeking a career change is childish to me. Not everyone is a big roller and can drop $10 or $20s+ in tips. If I could afford it, no problem. But because I can't often afford the additional cost that doesn't mean I'm going to go hungry. That's what separates me from choosing one restaurant or another. Price. To ask for a lower price on paper but a larger price in actuality is them trying to swindle me into thinking I'm getting a good deal. A customer is better than no customer.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is Olive Gardens calamari any good?

    I was thinking about going to the Olive Garden in my town and ordering the calamari as an appetizer is it any good
    I was thinking about going to the Olive Garden in my town and ordering the calamari as an appetizer is it any good
    10 answers · 3 months ago
  • Why was this fast food worker rude to me?

    Best answer: You're not being clear in your story "After getting the hot food, I hopped up to a restaurant to get a serving of Coke. At the restaurant, I noticed the worker there, a male, had been watching me from when I had the hot food to me walking to him." It sounds like you went to two different places.... show more
    Best answer: You're not being clear in your story "After getting the hot food, I hopped up to a restaurant to get a serving of Coke.

    At the restaurant, I noticed the worker there, a male, had been watching me from when I had the hot food to me walking to him."

    It sounds like you went to two different places. One for the food and another for the drink. If that was the case, he was mad that you went to a different food court for you food then just got a drink from him perhaps using some of his stuff for your food. Otherwise he was having a bad day.
    7 answers · 3 months ago
  • Help! So I turn 21 in a week and my friends want to go out for dinner well only 2 are 21 and 2 are 20 can we still get drinks?

    Best answer: the ones that are 21 can
    Best answer: the ones that are 21 can
    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • Why do some local restaurants say a certain item is world famous?

    Why do some local restaurants say that a certain menu item is world famous when likely someone from a couple towns over never heard of them unless told about it or went out of their way to find it?
    Why do some local restaurants say that a certain menu item is world famous when likely someone from a couple towns over never heard of them unless told about it or went out of their way to find it?
    11 answers · 3 months ago
  • Do servers at ihop keep there own tips?

    5 answers · 3 months ago
  • Do you have a Popeyes chicken in your city?

    We do and it's a gross restaurant
    We do and it's a gross restaurant
    61 answers · 4 months ago
  • Oriental restaurants?

    Best answer: You don't want to know, really.
    Best answer: You don't want to know, really.
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • What do all you can eat restaurant do with left over food ?

    Best answer: It is sold by weight to a picker. They take it home. Then resale it to the poor the next day. Same with dumpsters. A picker buys all salvage in them to recycle. In some Countries restaurants have a closing time. All food left goes in a truck then to the soup line to feed the poor. Depends on what Country you are... show more
    Best answer: It is sold by weight to a picker. They take it home. Then resale it to the poor the next day. Same with dumpsters. A picker buys all salvage in them to recycle. In some Countries restaurants have a closing time. All food left goes in a truck then to the soup line to feed the poor. Depends on what Country you are in. In America it must be reheated & stored proper to reuse there. So much goes to the dump in America.
    14 answers · 4 months ago