Where they are: Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Colorado
Why you need them: Well, if you've read this far and the notion of eating a bigger, better hot pocket with German/Russian origins doesn't intrigue you, we've wildly misjudged our audience! Truth be told the Hot Pocket comparison does a disservice to the soft bread exterior that contains the amalgam of ground meat, cabbage, and toppings that make up a Runza. Really, we should refer to Hot Pockets as small wannabe Runzas. But that's not the point. The point is you should try a Runza! And if you're rigidly unadventurous and decide to opt for like, a burger, you'll still find the food to be tasty, but you will have missed an exciting opportunity.
What to get: A cheese Runza and frings (that's half fries, half onion rings) with a side of French onion dip.