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Sheetz is a restaurant?
Jun 5 2010, 10:40 pm
By: TiKels  

Jun 5 2010, 10:40 pm TiKels Post #1



So lately I've been thinking, the Sheetz gas station is probably the closest thing to fast food that I enjoy eating... But is it just a gas station or is it a gas station that serves food (Ew... gas station food is usually nasty... but SHEETZ IS GOOD!) or even a low-grade restaurant that also pumps gas. I'm really confused. What are your opinions?

Some of my favorite things to get are fajitas (I believe they only serve these in the super-duper size sheetz), a chicken sandwich with pepper rings, buffalo sauce, ranch, (maybe) bacon, pepperjack cheese, and maybe something else (<-- Think buffalo wings), and I recently started buying their pizza. They also have some great wraps.

What are your opinions on sheet's status as a glorified gas station/ a restaurant.



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Jun 5 2010, 11:34 pm Norm Post #2



Sounds like some hillbilly shit to me... Do they have this anywhere north of Kentucky?



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Jun 6 2010, 12:55 am Fire_Kame Post #3

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Maybe you think tape worm eggs are just really delicious.




Jun 6 2010, 12:57 am MadZombie Post #4



So it's like a truck stop but it's not on a highway (assuming). Cool beans bro. That means you can have a gas station breakfast burrito. Fuck yea?



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Jun 6 2010, 2:19 am TiKels Post #5



I live in West Virginia. I'm serious, the food is actually pretty good. I mean it. The food there is better quality than any fast food restaurant... Nobody here has Sheetz in their area?

They have lots of pre-made things that you can grab off of a shelf... Parfaits and sandwiches and the like, or an MTO (Made-To-Order) touchscreen station where you can customize your own order. They have hot dogs, chicken strips, wraps, fajitas, pizza, fries, salads, chicken sandwiches, burgers, and probably tons of other things that I am missing.

The wraps actually are really healthy. Never had a salad from there, but I assume they are healthy too since they are under the same section...
"Wraps and salads"



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Jun 6 2010, 2:37 am MasterJohnny Post #6



This type of thing does appear where I live. (Southern California)
I like the idea of combining establishments.
They already have mcdonalds inside walmarts so why not? :bleh:



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Jun 6 2010, 3:13 am BeeR_KeG Post #7



There's a French franchise gas station called Total near campus that serves some very nice sandwiches, homemade fries and fried chicken that's very good, better than what you'd get at Subway, KFC or anything around the area. There's also a Gulf gas station nearby that has a bakery inside and they sell doughnuts, cakes, pastries and all sorts of products associated with a bakery. I think it has to do more with options the owner(s) put to their specific gas station than the franchise itself has, since these two are the only ones I've seen with this, most gas stations have a mini-market and that's about it.



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Jun 6 2010, 3:20 am ShredderIV Post #8



They have them up here in Pennsylvania. They're awesome.

And I wouldnt consider it "fast food". I'd consider it more as food that you'd get from a stand. It's really something all in its own.

It's awesome.



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Jun 6 2010, 5:54 am MrrLL Post #9



Sheetz is a priority for us Penn Staters. If you're drunk and it's 2AM, they'll still cook anything for you.



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Jun 6 2010, 7:10 am lil-Inferno Post #10

Just here for the pie

WaWa is where it's at, although it only operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, and I'm fairly sure those of you who live in one of those states will agree with me.




Jun 6 2010, 7:23 am ShredderIV Post #11



Quote from name:Merrell
Sheetz is a priority for us Penn Staters. If you're drunk and it's 2AM, they'll still cook anything for you.
U live on main campus?

I have friends who live by sheetz up at main. And by live by, I mean they go there like, at least 3 times a week.



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Jun 7 2010, 1:32 am dumbducky Post #12



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And by live by, I mean they go there like, at least 3 times a week.
Fixed. Stop using like incorrectly.

We've got them in Raleigh, but I've never ordered food from them. Usually gas is cheaper than most places, but I honestly don't go there that often because they aren't close to where I live.

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tits

Jun 7 2010, 4:00 am Lanthanide Post #13



Sheetz are things you put on beds.



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Jun 9 2010, 12:34 pm MadZombie Post #14



Quote from lil-Inferno
WaWa is where it's at, although it only operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, and I'm fairly sure those of you who live in one of those states will agree with me.
The ffff-? The WaWa in the next town over from where I live is like a mini mart not a restaurant.



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Jun 9 2010, 3:02 pm TiKels Post #15



Quote from MadZombie
Quote from lil-Inferno
WaWa is where it's at, although it only operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, and I'm fairly sure those of you who live in one of those states will agree with me.
The ffff-? The WaWa in the next town over from where I live is like a mini mart not a restaurant.
I think he realizes that. Though it is kinda off topic. Sheetz ftw.



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Jun 10 2010, 3:48 am Ultraviolet Post #16

Don't stop till you get enough

Quote from name:negrodamus
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And by live by, I mean they go there like, at least 3 times a week.
Fixed. Stop using like incorrectly.

We've got them in Raleigh, but I've never ordered food from them. Usually gas is cheaper than most places, but I honestly don't go there that often because they aren't close to where I live.

http://www.csnews.com/csn/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1004063099&imw=Y
I love Salt and D.

One time I got a large Red Bull, some grapes, and a sandwich from that one on airport road :P I hated that place, the food was always shitty. Can't believe you never wanted to meet up with me. Me and Lovel are gonna get together and fuck shit up.




Jun 10 2010, 3:53 am Centreri Post #17

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I once ate a sandwich at an Arby's at a gas station in Pennsylvania (I think). We were on a trip to Canada and hungry. Not bad. I also once grabbed a chicken-burger from a McDonalds near a gas station because I wasn't going to get a different lunch. That just about sums up my experience with eating at gas stations.



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Jun 10 2010, 5:50 pm TiKels Post #18



Quote from Centreri
I once ate a sandwich at an Arby's at a gas station in Pennsylvania (I think). We were on a trip to Canada and hungry. Not bad. I also once grabbed a chicken-burger from a McDonalds near a gas station because I wasn't going to get a different lunch. That just about sums up my experience with eating at gas stations.
Are you saying you were on a trip to Canada and the country Hungary, or you were on a trip to Canada and were hungry. English fail is.



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Jun 11 2010, 12:58 am dumbducky Post #19



What he said was grammatically correct but it was poorly worded. And off-topic.

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One time I got a large Red Bull, some grapes, and a sandwich from that one on airport road I hated that place, the food was always shitty. Can't believe you never wanted to meet up with me. Me and Lovel are gonna get together and fuck shit up.
Not anything personal, but I don't like giving personal information out on the internet.



tits

Jun 11 2010, 1:08 am lil-Inferno Post #20

Just here for the pie

Quote from MadZombie
Quote from lil-Inferno
WaWa is where it's at, although it only operates in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, and I'm fairly sure those of you who live in one of those states will agree with me.
The ffff-? The WaWa in the next town over from where I live is like a mini mart not a restaurant.
The way he described Sheetz it seems like a mini-mart as well, almost synonymous with WaWa.




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