FAST FOOD NEWS: Denny’s, Wayback Burgers, Krystal, Giraffas USA, and Burger King Peace Day Burger

Peace Day Burger

McDonald’s rejected Burger King’s proposal to create the McWhopper. But McDonald’s being a McDowner didn’t stop Burger King from creating a burger to raise awareness for Peace Day.

The burger chain instead joined forces with Denny’s, Wayback Burgers, Krystal, and Giraffas USA to create the Peace Day Burger. It’s a mashup that will contain parts of Denny’s Bacon Slamburger, Wayback’s Wayback Classic, Krystal’s Cheese Krystal, Giraffas’ Brutus, and Burger King’s Whopper.

The Peace Day Burger will be offered for one day only (September 21), from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, in Atlanta at a pop-up restaurant on 1122 Northside Drive. There will be only 1,500 burgers available for free, so expect a line that I imagine will be as long as one that combines all the folks waiting to buy a new iPhone with those waiting to get on a Disneyland ride.

If you happen to be in Atlanta on September 21st, and receive one of the 1,500 Peace Day Burgers available, and not accidentally drop it while trying to get a photo of it for Instagram, let us know how it tastes in the comments.

(Image via Burger King)

7 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Denny’s, Wayback Burgers, Krystal, Giraffas USA, and Burger King Peace Day Burger”

  1. It suck that it’s only in Atlanta I wonder why it’s only there and out of curiosity I wonder how they are going to split the profits or is it going to go to charity

    1. Atlanta was the midway point for the headquarters of Mcdonalds and Burger King which was the intended pairing had McDonalds not declined

  2. The only reason McDonald’s declined the McWhopper “peace day” proposal is because it makes the Big Mac look bad. The smaller and less-appetizing McDonald’s hamburger patty (50% of the beef of a Big Mac) was supposed to sit atop a full-sized Whopper patty (100% of the beef of a regular Whopper) with all of the Whopper fixings. When you assemble all the components into one sandwich, you realize how sad the Big Mac looks in comparison. It was a marketing proposal that was designed to make McDonald’s look bad whether they said yes or no.

    Besides, we already had the McWhopper. It was called the Big King.

  3. Not trying to be an a-hole but doing that in Atlanta is a stupid idea. Haven’t they seen all the videos of African Americans having ultra violent brawls in fast food joints over burgers that get posted online every single day? Might even be some shootings take place over this.

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