Good grief. Just what we need

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2010/09/10 19:37:05 (permalink)

Good grief. Just what we need

Sizzler and Subway getting into the food truck biz.
 
http://articles.latimes.c...i-food-trucks-20100909
 
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    mar52
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    Re:Good grief. Just what we need 2010/09/10 19:44:39 (permalink)
    I'm going to run and line up for those.
     
    I could see very big problems for Subway if they parked near a franchisee's location or even close.
     
    Maybe even the landlords in that case would have a problem.
     
    Subway is in the process of moving in to my mother's building.  We'll see!
    post edited by mar52 - 2010/09/10 19:47:32
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    Re:Good grief. Just what we need 2010/09/11 21:52:06 (permalink)
    acoustic blues Sizzler and Subway getting into the food truck biz.

    I had thought that Sizzler was pretty much out of business.
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    Re:Good grief. Just what we need 2010/09/11 23:00:01 (permalink)
    There are few chain budget steak houses left in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic areas. Sizzler is now mostly on the west coast:
    http://www.sizzler.com/locations/where_we_sizzle.asp
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    Re:Good grief. Just what we need 2010/09/12 00:41:55 (permalink)
    David_NYC

    There are few chain budget steak houses left in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic areas. Sizzler is now mostly on the west coast:
    http://www.sizzler.com/locations/where_we_sizzle.asp

    It would be rough eating a tough piece of meat on a paper plate with a plastic fork and knife while sitting in your car!
    Pass the upholstery shampoo please!
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    Re:Good grief. Just what we need 2010/09/12 08:46:51 (permalink)
    Think more of a Cheesesteak minus the cheese when you think of Sizzler's 'truck-menu', or maybe an upscale Arbys
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