McDonald's Goes After The Final Frontier: Late Night Munchies

August 6, 2012 9:38 PM EDT | By Anthony Smith
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Well, everyone, you secretly wished for it and now your good friends/pseudo drug dealers at McDonald's are finally giving it to you.

They've gone after our hearts and minds-- or at least taken advantage of suburban sprawl-- by popping up just about everywhere in America that people get hungry, or stoned, or some combination of both. But now they're going after something new and exciting: the duration of time between 2 AM and 5 AM.

That's right, everyone. McDonald's is testing its Breakfast After Midnight menu, which will offer the restaurant's most popular, coveted breakfast items during the wee small hours of the morning.

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Where's the site of the beta test? Ohio, of course, which is the giant test kitchen of just about every fast food market in the country. [[http://www.businessinsider.com/how-columbus-ohio-became-the-test-market-capital-of-the-us-2011-11]]] However, they'll only be doing it at restaurants that were already open for twenty-four hours in the first place.

This makes it that much easier to get McDonald's breakfast stuff at an hour that you're actually awake and in the mood for it. We're covered in goosebumps.



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