This past weekend I travelled down to Newberry, South Carolina for a family reunion (small affair, a lot of fun, surprisingly). One day, while down there, my brothers and I went cruising for chicks in our bright yellow (rented) 2002 mustang around northern SoCar. Whilst on this sojourn, my 2nd eldest brother did declare that a chili dog and a Blizzard(C) would be quite fitting at that particular junction in time. Unfortunately, at that time we were a good distance away from any DQ, which was the establishment that my 2nd eldest did in fact call out to satiate his primal craving. Forlorn, he turned his lament into art, crafting a 12 bar blues arrangement in which he proclaimed his need for a chili dog and Blizzard(C), he sorrow at not having gotten them, and ended with a veiled hopefulness that perhaps he will be fulfilled at a later date. We stopped at Sonic instead, which did the trick well enough. I think it'd be useful, seeing as a good number of TBers travel all over, to construct a list of preferably cheap, possibly healthy, quick, but definately tasty delis, burger joints and food stands that you've eaten at and enjoyed. For example: Addison County, VT: -A&W Root Beer stand: on Rt. 7, east of Middlebury (Old school drive-in, one of only like 50 in the country. Grilled burgers and yummy floats). Poughkeepsie, NY: -Saigon Cafe: Lagrange Ave, (Cheap, decent Vietnamese and Thai food) -Delforno's deli:Raymond Ave, (no-frills, but quick service and a pretty good selection) Providence, RI: -Spike's Hot dogs: All over the place, but the one on Thayer St is of note. -East Side Pockets:Also on Thayer St, wraps made how you like, surprisingly good. -Johnny Rockets: Thayer again, watch the waiters dance for you! Really! (The foods good too). *blows that harmonica* I need a chili dog *ba-doom-bah-doo* And a blizzard too, *ba-doom-bah-doo* I want something in my belly *ba-doom-bah-doo* And McCrappyD's won't do *ba-doom-bah-doo* I gooooooot that Dairy Queen blues! From my head to my shooesssssssssssss! PS: for those who don't know, "Sbarro" is Italian slang for "Craptacular food court pizza". Be wary. EDIT: Title, seeing as not all the resturants I listed were in my area.