We’re not talkin McDonalds here. Can you guess New England’s OLDEST fast food restaurant? You probably eat there often! There is NOTHING better than a Sunday afternoon, taking a break with your significant other, ditching responsibilities to hit your favorite mom and pop fast food joint! The best part of living here, there are SO many!!
His hit Food Network show Diners Drive In’s and Dives, has not only made him a household name, it’s made him a multi-millionaire. Try an $80 MILLION DOLLAR deal over three years! According to Forbes:
The eight-figure deal makes the 53-year-old the top-paid chef on cable TV. His longest-running show Diners, Drive Ins and Dives, which has been on air since 2006, generated more than $230 million in 2020 ad revenue for the Food Network, according to data analytics firm Kantar.
That’s a lot of pancakes. With our changing world, and smart phone data coming at us at lightning speed, we are craving the simpler times. A Sunday trip to our favorite, go-to hangout for our comfort food is more popular than ever.
My go to is Sam’s Olneyville Wieners in Providence, and Coney Island Hot Dogs in Worcester!
So now that I’m hungry, let’s hop in my 1984 Firebird, (I had one) to find New England’s OLDEST Fast Food Restaurant!