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Aug 26, 2013 08:11 AM

Free Condiments

Many places offer "free" condiments for sandwiches and other things, ketchup, mayo, mustard, butter, etc.
A single slice of cheap processed cheese is .50 - $1 a tiny slice.
A burger with nothing - $5
A burger with ketchup, mustard, mayo - $5
A burger with "cheese" - $6
An egg sandwich - $2
An egg sandwich with ketchup - $2
An egg sandwich with "cheese" - $2.50

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    1. Annie's Dairy Bar in Glen Burnie, MD "gives away" lettuce, tomato, mayo, mustard, hots, pickles, relish, fried or raw onions on their subs/chili dogs. Cheese, chili and extra meat you have to pay for.

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      1. re: flavrmeistr

        Man, I love Anne's. So horrible for you and so, so good.

      2. Which places don't offer free condiments?

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        1. re: Cathy

          I've usually only seen that at fast food places near college & high school campuses.

          1. re: Cathy

            don't know if this answers your question or not,
            but, in the past, Chipotles would charge you if you have more than one spoonful of salsa.
            i presume this is still their policy

          2. I don't think I've ever seen a place charge extra for a burger with basic condiments on it. Cheese, bacon, etc, yes, condiments, no.

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            1. re: juliejulez

              I've seen plenty of them around here. Generally bad food served by cheap ba$tards.