Massachusetts: Dunkin’ Donuts
Dunkin’ Donuts is synonymous with The Bay State as In-N-Out is with California.
The famed coffee and donut chain is global now, but there is no mistake about its Massachusetts roots. Folks here take DD with just as much pride as Canadians do with Tim Horton. They swear by the coffee, hailed as the best in America, and their menu is pretty darn tasty as well.
Ever since Starbucks has hit the coffee scene, DD has steadily been at war with their West Coast rival, and currently, the chain is beginning to transform their usual “grab-and-go” restaurants and make them into spots where folks can sit, work on the laptop, or hang out with friends while enjoying their famous coffee and donuts.
Dunkin’ Donuts has become one of America’s great legacy chains, and there is a great chance that many in the land of the free run on Dunkin’ every day.
Michigan: Little Ceasars Pizza
You will run into many pizza lovers that may have conflicting opinions about Little Ceasars Pizza.
But answer this question? Where else can you get a large pepperoni or cheese for just $5 and faster than you can say “pizza-pizza?” The answer? Nowhere. The fast service and respectable pizzas are what makes this Michigan-based pizza chain such an iconic place in the world of fast food, whether you like this place or not.
We mean, seriously, who would be able to top their $5 “Hot-N-Ready” pizzas? While it may seem like that pizza may taste like cardboard, they are pretty darn good, and if you’re feeding a family, this is certainly the most affordable route.
Pizza-pizza? We think so.