This is Nexa Script:
It’s a nice typeface. It’s ideal for grabbing attention with a marketing tagline or opt-in offer, seeming friendly and casual without being hand-drawn and folksy. Which is why it’s used by every corporation everywhere to sell anything, especially fast food companies and restaurants—companies who can afford to hire really talented designers who should know better.
It’s so overused that it’s becoming the new Papyrus. I’m sure that at some point we all thought Papyrus was kinda cool. Of all the default-installed Microsoft typefaces, it was the one that stood out as a specialty typeface, as something you might use for a business logo. So, everyone did. Every small business owner not able to or wanting to hire a designer decided they could make their own business logo using Paint on their desktop and Papyrus. I once stood on a street corner in Kalamazoo, Michigan and was able to see from this one vantage point three businesses all using Papyrus as their logo: