Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Arby’s vs. In-N-Out, Dunkin Donuts vs. Steak ‘n Shake Eick March 25, 2010 Fast Food Bracket 16 Comments Update: Voting on these match-ups is now closed. #3 Arby’s (64%) defeats #6 In-n-Out (36%) #7 Steak ‘n Shake (51%) edges out #2 Dunkin Donuts (49%) Today’s match-ups feature #3 seed Arby’s vs. #6 seed In n Out and #2 seed Dunkin Donuts vs. #7 seed Steak ‘n Shake. Click HERE to see a full bracket and read the initial Fast Food Bracket post explaining the seeding and rules. Voting on these match-ups will be open until NOON eastern time on Friday.Â Who do you think will/should win these first round match-ups? [poll id=”85″] [poll id=”86″] The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Jack in the Box vs. Five Guys, KFC vs. Checkers - March 3, 2016 BK’s “Polygameat” Campaign Shockingly Similar to Wendy’s “Meatatarian” Campaign - September 16, 2014 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 16 Responses shatraw March 25th, 2010 i fear for in-n-out, as their market is so small. same for steak n’ shake, which i find middling at best, but i’d vote for steaming pile of dung on a tray over DD. Reply AmericanRaven March 25th, 2010 I’ve never even heard of in-‘n-out but after looking at there locations there only in like two or three states out west soo..no wonder…it’s arby’s and steak ‘n shake for me. Reply Jennifer March 25th, 2010 Arby’s ROCKS!!!!!!! I would eat there everyday if I could. Reply tim March 25th, 2010 feels like an arby’s night….let’s ask the 8 ball Reply Matt March 25th, 2010 There’s no way Arby’s is better than In-n-Out, people are just voting out of ignorance b/c they’ve never had an in-n-out burger before. They probably will lose to Arby’s though, which is the biggest crock of shit ive ever heard of. Reply lindno March 25th, 2010 arby’s is absolutely the most disgusting food i’ve had at a national chain. in-n-out is exactly the opposite. Reply MT Eats March 25th, 2010 What? Arby’s better than In-N-Out. Obviously whomever is voting for Arby’s has never been to an In-N-Out. Reply Amy March 26th, 2010 I don’t know about you guys, but Arby’s used to make me sick to my stomach when I’d eat their terrible roast beef sammies. In ‘n’ Out has never done that to me. I’m a lover of the Animal Style Fries, Animal Style Double Double, and their shakes. Sorry Arby’s but you suck. Reply Scott March 27th, 2010 In-N-Out will never gain nation wide fame since: 1- they are not a franchise 2-they do not use freezers and only have stores where they can get the product fresh 3-they do not advertise The food is great, just had it for dinner. They pay the workers $10 an hour so you get great service and they are always busy. No fluff, just a burger place chain that makes the food just like they did 50 years ago. My dad tried to make me eat Arby’s when I was 3. I decided to not eat for a day and a half rather than eat Arby’s. My 3 year old would eat In-N-Out every meal of the day if given the choice. Reply Nate @ House of Annie March 29th, 2010 Arby’s only wins because it’s a national chain and In-n-Out is much less recognized. But put an Arby’s sandwich up against an In-n-Out burger in a head to head taste test and it’s no contest. In-n-Out is the winner. Reply Brian March 29th, 2010 Like some of the other commenters, I don’t think Arby’s would stand a chance if In-N-Out were available in more states. Arby’s is disgusting. You really can’t get much better than In-N-Out when it comes to fast food burgers. Reply Youppi March 30th, 2010 HOW THE F DID ARBY’S BEAT IN-N-OUT BURGER!?!?! I’m from NY, I’ve been to LA once, and can tell you In-N-Out deserved to get father than this. Than ARBY’S?!?!?!!! BLLLLARRRRRRRRRFFF Reply Poop n Burger April 8th, 2010 In n out makes my outside want to come out. Sure its good, but im on the toilet for the next week. Its like eating at a mexican restaurant where they dont wear gloves Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.