Even before the chicken and waffle combination became a countrywide hit, this Southern California restaurant had a stranglehold on West Coast residents.
Dick's Drive-In is a Washington institution thanks to its authentic burgers, fries, and hand-dipped milkshakes.
If you're on the West Coast, stop by King Taco; you might be surprised to find that fast food can provide you with real and delicious tamales.
Eggslut's egg-loaded burgers gained West Coast recognition in 2011. Food critics and satisfied consumers praise every dish's perfectly cooked egg.
Outside of California, the sandwich chain has grown to a few other states, and admirers follow it everywhere it goes.
You were expecting this one to be on the list. In-N-Out Burger is widely regarded as a "must-see" for anyone visiting the West Coast for the first time.
Del Taco has been referred to as the West Coast equivalent of Taco Bell, the restaurant is well regarded by both locals and visitors.
The West Coast is famous for many reasons, including beaches, beautiful weather, and national landmarks, to name a few. It also has regional fast-food chains that people will travel long distances to visit.