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Best restaurants for lunch (chain)

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I like ruby Tuesday's salad bar. Panera and atlanta bread has great stuff. If I got subway, I will get their $5 footling, because that place is such a ripoff. I also enjoy local sandwich shops and cafes.

I look for non fast food (I.e. burgers and fries), McDonalds, etc, even chick fila!

I don't like heavy foods either like Pizza.

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5 Guys is better than any you mentioned. Burgers and Fries.

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I eat Smartones for lunch nearly everyday. They are weight watchers sponsored. I'm down 20 lbs in 2 months.

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Mexican subways like Moe's and Qdoba are good.

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On the road I'll pick Ruby Tuesdays, or Moes/Qdoba etc.

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I like TGIF's, although there isn't one here! Mongolian Grill is nice...also none here!!

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Would love to have a Jersey Mikes here.

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