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NOVATO, CA - FEBRUARY 22: A sign is posted in front of a Taco Bell restaurant on February 22, 2018 in Novato, California. Taco Bell has become the fourth-largest domestic restaurant brand by edging out Burger King. Taco Bell sits behind the top three restaurant chains McDonald's, Starbucks and Subway. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Gather round Nosey Neighbors, I have some sad news.  Due to the impact of COVID-19, we might not see some of our favorite fast-food chains anymore.  There are about 15 restaurants that we’ll be seeing less of in 2021. Here are a few…

  • Steak and Shake -which recently closed 51 stores after already closing over a hundred locations
  • Subway – which may be forced to close another 900 locations
  • Pizza Hut – which may have less than 7,000 locations by 2021
  • Burger King – which plans to close 200-250 stores per year over the next few years

Other restaurants closing several stores in the next year include Applebee’s, Ruby Tuesday, and even Taco Bell. I really hope these can stay open any way they can. I love fast food.