Where to eat Fast Food food in Auburn: The Best Restaurants and Bars

October 4, 2019 Oliva Fomby

Find out what Fast Food restaurants to try in Auburn. Auburn is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 16,188 at the 2010 census.
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1. Burger King

386 Southbridge St, Auburn, MA 01501-2456 Fast Food Takeout +1 508-832-4994 http://www.bk.com

Reviewed By Tatej66

After our vacation we stopped at the Auburn Burger King on Friday and we were treated quite well.Unfortunately I didn't remember the name of the sweet lady that made our day special but she made us all feel at home. The place was clean and food was fast and all there... Well managed . I would be quite proud if I was the manager of that chain. Great work folks

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2. George's Coney Island

158 Southbridge St, Worcester, MA 01608-2010 American, Fast Food Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Seating [email protected] +1 508-753-4362 http://www.coneyislandlunch.com/
Overall Ratings

4 based on 190 reviews

Reviewed By Mark L

Read an article that George's Coney Island just marked its 100th birthday. Any place in business that long must be doing something right so I paid a trip. The dogs were great and very reasonably priced, $1.75. I had one dog slathered with mustard, onions and relish. I went back to buy another. The counter person asked if I wanted to try their chili topping. Hesitantly I said yes. Wow, I'm I did. Great taste. If you're in the Worcester area this is a nice blast from the past with very reasonably priced "comfort" dogs.

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3. KFC

820 Southbridge St, Auburn, MA 01501 Fast Food Lunch, Dinner +1 508-832-5943 https://locations.kfc.com/ma/auburn/820-southbridge-st

See what the Colonel's cooking at your local KFC. Stop in today and enjoy our world famous chicken - it's Finger Lickin' Good!

Reviewed By ogogolby

The colonel keeps getting it right despite servers that look like they were dragged off the street, dirty bathrooms and tables that haven't been bussed. I don't care - the fried chicken's outstanding!

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4. Fratelli's Corner Crust Pizzeria

186 Stafford St, Worcester, MA 01603 Italian, Pizza, Fast Food Lunch, Dinner Delivery, Takeout, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +1 508-799-2500 http://www.fratelliscrustpizza.com/
Fratelli's Corner Crust Pizzeria

Fratelli's has been serving the Worcester community for over 5 years! We are committed to excellent customer service, fresh ingredients, high quality products and top notch homemade recipes!

Reviewed By lynninma

This was our first time here on an early Saturday afternoon on our way home from shopping and running errands. Fratelli’s was our second choice for lunch after striking out at our first choice in Oxford. I’d recently received an email from a local foodies’ site, and in an article about Fratelli’s Corner Crust, there it was---“fried pizza.” I suppose you can deep-fry just about anything (e.g., Oreos, Twinkies), but pizza? After reading about it, I knew I just had to try it.After grabbing a couple of sodas from the self-serve cooler and ordering at the counter, we settled in at our small table (the dine-in area is small, containing only 4 or 5 tables for 2). While Sis and I were sipping our sodas and I was snapping a couple of shots of the place, our very pleasant server/counter clerk/cook, Tito, brought over our appetizer—the coveted fried pizza. The 3 piping hot wedges of cheesy deep-fried yumminess were accompanied by a small container of chunky marinara sauce, which tasted homemade---we devoured it all! I felt so guilty, but it was so damn good. The large meatball sub we shared (Tito was kind enough to cut it in half and bring it to us in individual baskets), was very good: the fresh Italian loaf it was on was soft and the outside was pleasingly crusty after toasting; the meatballs within were tender and flavorful; and the Provolone cheese and sliced green pepper we requested were plentiful. There was just the right amount of that same chunky marinara on it so as not to make the sandwich too messy to eat. To our delight, the sandwich halves were each accompanied by a small pile of house-made potato chips, which were very good.I’m sorry to say we did not try any of the many pizza selections Fratelli’s offers (one that especially caught my attention was a mushroom, bacon and bleu cheese combination). We shall certainly return to do so at another time, as well as for more of that yummy deep-fried pizza.

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