Thursday, December 6, 2012
In honor of the Whopper's 55th anniversary, you can buy one of Burger King's iconic burgers and get your second one for 55 cents!
Thursday, December 6, 2012
In honor of the 55th Anniversary of the iconic Whopper, Burger King is offering the mouthwatering deal From Dec. 6-9. Enjoy an Original Whopper for just 55 cents, when you purchase any Whopper, including the new Wisconsin White Cheddar Whopper or the spicy Angry Whopper, available for a limited-time-only. Burger King in Royal Oak on Main Streeet is participating in the event. “Burger King is very excited to celebrate this amazing milestone with the Whopper lovers who have helped make it an American icon,” said Flavia Faugeres, executive vice president and global chief marketing officer, Burger King Worldwide in a statement. “For 55 years it’s been a fan favorite, and this weekend we encourage our guests to stop by and join in on the …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
This building at 25538 Woodward Ave. in Royal Oak would make a great ... you fill in the blank!
Royal Oak has a lot of great businesses on Woodward Avenue, but is there anything missing? A certain type of establishment or a new retail store? This building at 25538 Woodward Ave. is in the site of a former Burger King. The 2,500-square-foot property is listed as available on showcase.com. The one-story building built in 1972 was a popluar hangout for teens in the 1970s. Royal Oak history buffs may remember this property as the former site of the Totem Pole, which opened in 1954 and featured a 16-foot totem pole hand carved by Ojibway Chief White Wolf of St. Ignace. The restaurant introduced the “Teletray,” a 2-way speaker through which customers could order the popular Big Chief Burger, according to woodwarddreamcruise.com. What do you…
Friday, December 16, 2011
The Burger King fast food chain is shoveling free French fries to its hungry customers with no purchase necessary.
Free French Fries? I'm totally there. Burger King's new finger food arrived today and the fast food restaurant is giving out free value size samples. The time is ticking, according to its Facebook page. You have until the end of Friday to taste Burger King's new and improved French Fries. Do you think there will be much difference? Now, deep-fried French fries dipped in ranch or ketchup are not the healthiest of food options. But, hey, we're talking about one of America's pillar food items. And a small fry might go well as a snack if you're nearby a BK. Royal Oak has two Burger King restaurants: Now don't go overboard. We all know eating fast food is bad. Then again, French fries sure taste good with salt sprinkled over them dipped in a …