Bad Access for Wheelchair Customers. While this is a fast food restaurant with cheap food at a reasonable prices, no inside seating and in the business to sell " fast food ". Their handicapped accessibility is terrible. A very steep ramp a small platform to maneuver a wheelchair and double non automatic doors with a Huge planter at the top of the ramp "very dangerous" . I did contact the store and requested they at least move the planter and after 2 weeks no results. Disappointed in Customer Service.
Classic hamburgers and batter-dipped fries attract fast-food fans to this drive-through restaurant..
Founded in the south in the 1980s, this chain is based on the idea of offering good food and drive-through convenience. Hamburger options include a basic single-patty burger and the two-patty Big Buford. There menu also features chili dogs, chicken strips, chicken sandwiches, batter-dipped spicy fries and shakes. The red-and-white restaurants are known for having two drive-through windows and no interior seating. However, many locations offer walk-up windows and outside seating at picnic-style tables.
Fast food - not much else. How in the world can a fast food joint rank high at all? The burgers aren't even fresh, but hey you get a lot of lettuce.
Pep Rally's. As a poor teenager i've had to become an expert on cheap eating... and i have to say that Rally's is one of my fav places to go on a budget... the fries are the best! The food there has a fuller flavor than you'd get at McDonald's or Burger King. It's more satisfying. It could only be better if you could actually eat inside.
great burger. Best burger I have tasted and service is prompt and courteous.
You gotta eat, you can't not eat. Rallys serves the hottest food the fastest. Their burgers are bigger than the competition and made fresh. The fries are always hot and fresh and the seasoning is unique and delicious.
THE ULTIMATE BURGER. THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY IN THE BURGER BUSINESS ANYWHERE! GO RALLY'S!