Today is great day. A few short weeks ago, we celebrated National Greasy Food Day by reviewing our most beloved hangover foods. And now, today, we will continue with this theme in honor of National Fast Food Day. However, this time, we’ve got the down low on all you favorite fast food chains that can serve you a cold one alongside your greasy meat and carb combo of choice. If you’re on the hunt for fast food, you might as well down a fast drink too.

BK Whopper Bar

You may have heard of this special Burger King offering, or if you’re lucky, you live close enough to one that you’ve actually encountered this heavenly oasis. But in any case, the BK Whopper Bars are slightly more refined locations that serve the usual BK menu, plus some ice. cold. beer.


Depending on where you call home, your local Chipotle may serve alcohol. And if you’re unsure, rumor has it that this might be the restaurants best kept secret. Double check the next time you’re in the mood for some Barbacoa.

Starbucks Evenings

This is old news by now, but Starbucks Evenings are the oh so special and oh so refined Sbux locations that serve beer and wine, along with yummy looking small plates. When it’s too late for coffee, but too early for dinner, this is the place to go.

Shake Shack

So maybe Shack Shack is a small step up from your average McD’s or BK, but along with this slight elevation in food, comes a slight elevation in drink too. The chain worked directly with Brooklyn Brewery to craft ShackMeister® Ale, which has a deep golden color, bright citrus aroma, slight bitterness and bready malt flavor. They also serve house wines through their partnership with Frog’s Leap Winery.

Sonic Beach

For some reason, the crazy people of Florida (no offense) have the delight of Sonic Beach, the only Sonic restaurant where you can enjoy and beer or glass of wine with your tater-tots and burger.

Taco Bell Cantina

As the newest fast-food restaurant with alcohol on the block, Taco Bell Cantinas are really stepping up their game. With only two locations so far, in Chicago and San Fransisco, what could be better than your standard Taco Bell order (because let’s be real, you always get the same thing), and with beer to wash it down?