Tulsa, OK

Controversial Tulsa Fast Food Tier List Goes Viral On Social Media

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This tier list – which features 49 fast food outlets, recently divided residents opinions on truly what was the best (and worst) food within the city and surrounding areas.
Towards the bottom of the food chain were typical nationwide and franchise owned stores such as Subway, Sonic and Jack in the Box. However, just because an organization is large doesn’t mean that people don’t enjoy it either. Panda Express, Five Guys and Popeyes all scored quite well with the Tulsa resident who made this. Of course, not everyone agreed and there was a lot of strongly worded arguments about which fast food outlet was truly the best.
In reality, most of this tier list is just personal preference as if people didn’t like to eat at any of these places then they would have closed down a long time ago. In fact, some of the chains towards the bottom of the tier list are arguably the most financially successful.
With that being said, the choice that upset most people was Braum’s being placed in “B” tier. Almost everyone who responded thought that it should be in “S” tier. At the other end of the spectrum, the majority of people also though Sonic was very unfairly treated and should have at least been ahead of Starbucks in “C” tier.

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Overall, it shows that Tulsa has a huge selection of fast food and that national businesses really have to put in a lot of effort in order to compete. Not only this, but the city has a decent selection of independent food trucks, which make life as a fast food business just that little bit harder.
Put simply, you have to offer something which is not just a simple hamburger or subway sandwich if you want to survive as a fast food business within the state of Oklahoma.

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