Ben Franklin famously wanted the turkey to be America's national bird, but once he turned his focus to stuffing French prostitutes he kind of got distracted. Giving the turkey its due: Flavor 180.
From a group of foodie friends aiming to shake up the quick serve game, F180's getting seriously creative with America's staple poultry in their bright corner digs featuring eclectic geometric paintings and deep red walls, which unlike Redwalls are thankfully free of mice. Turkey manifests in tube form with hot dogs and Polish sausages; pasta dishes like spaghetti Bolognese and truffled lasagna; and piled high on tortilla chips to create turkey nachos, not to be confused with nacho turkeys, which pretty much describes all of them unless you're a farmer. They're also giving other proteins a shake, doing up mango jerk chicken wings, catfish nuggets (over French fries!), and lemon curry salmon with a truffle honey drizzle, which will react just as silently to your Snoop Dogg humor as everyone else.
Pending liquor license approval, the plan's to unleash a selection of Chilean wines and bottled beers, a substance Franklin famously claimed was "proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy", insomuch that it makes you feel less weird about, you know...prostitutes.