There’s a Tiered Ranking of Fast Food Joints, and Subway and Taco Bell Beat Jersey Mike’s and Chipotle

Is Subway better than Jersey Mike’s?  Taco Bell better than Chipotle?  Is anything worse than Sbarro?

There’s an app called “Tier Maker” . . . where you can rank things from best to worst, usually by giving them letter grades.  And they’ve just released the current overall results of one on FAST FOOD joints.

As of last week, more than 2,100 fast food rankings had been submitted, and here are the average scores:

The top places were given an A grade.  The ones in this tier are:  Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Five Guys, Popeyes, Taco Bell, and Domino’s.

The “B” tier is:  Subway, Chipotle, KFC, Dairy Queen, Pizza Hut, IHOP, Burger King, Panda Express, Papa John’s, Little Caesars, and Sonic.

The “C” tier is:  Panera Bread, Arby’s, In-N-Out, Denny’s, Raising Cane’s, Carl’s Jr., Jimmy John’s, and Jersey Mike’s.

The “D” tier includes:  Waffle House, Shake Shack, Jack in the Box, and White Castle.

And the “F” tier includes:  A&W, Sbarro, Quiznos, Del Taco, Long John Silver’s, and Wawa.

Others like Jollibee and Baja Fresh didn’t get a cumulative grade . . . apparently because a majority of people said they’d never had it.