Gene Brake: We don't often eat at chains, but I would love to see three from South Texas that I truly miss: Whataburger, Bill Millers BBQ and Popeyes Fried Chicken. I'd also like to see an Ivar's here, they do have the best fish and chips in the NW.
Eric Reis: In and Out Burger! They are delicious and very affordable. Anytime I go to a city that has one I make sure I eat there.
Matthew Weaver: Happy to live just around the corner from a Zip's! Their french fries — and FRY SAUCE — are my security blanket!
Katie Hartwig: I'd like a Hooters by my place; then all would be right with the world.
Geri Gaddy: Filibertos like they have in Phoenix. Carne asada fries after a night out — fat girl paradise. Solid burritos in the drive through. Yes to all of it.
Paul Medellin: White Castle so my husband stops saying that is what is being built every time he sees a new building going up.
Carlie Harding Lee: Sheetz!! Not a restaurant, but a chain that offers made to order food! It reminds me of home and I miss it so much.
Eileen Hyatt: Rocket Bakery. I love the way they fit into a neighborhood instead of the cookie cutter presence.
Neal Schindler: BURGERVILLE. It's a federal crime that Spokane doesn't have one.
Jesse Vaughan: Dunkin, obviously. Love their donut holes, and they're 10,000 times better than Greasy Kreme.
Maureen Phillip Jones: Zaxby's. Great chicken, great salads, fair prices.
Dawn Chavez: The Cheesecake Factory. Good food and a great variety. ♦