Some days, just chomping on a burger and hanging out with friends is all you need to have a good time. So, let's go over some tips to help make visiting a fast food restaurant the enjoyable experience you want it to be.
For starters, check out the menu online using a computer or smartphone before you go. This gives you time to think about what you'd like without feeling rushed. Also, it wouldn't hurt to call ahead to find out if they have large print or Braille menus, especially for a new place. And be aware that not all online menus show prices, or they may be different when you get there. Independently-owned fast food places often have printed menus. Asking for a printed menu gives you the option of using a handheld magnifier if you have one. Plus, if you like the food and think you'll be coming back again, you can take the menu home or scan it into your phone for future trips.
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