McDonald’s is Changing its Late Nite Menu
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McDonald’s is Changing its Late Nite Menu

Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 7:00 am
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Did you know that McDonald’s has a Late Nite menu? Maybe you have made purchases during the hours the Late Nite menu is available. Be aware that McDonald’s is changing it’s Late Nite menu. The change will take place on April 30, 2019.

McDonald’s has a Late Nite menu that is available from midnight to 5 a.m. It’s great for people who work overnights and need to grab something quick to eat after work. The Late Menu is also convenient for people who must start work in the wee hours of the morning.

Starting April 30, 2019, McDonald’s will be “simplifying” what’s served after midnight. The company claims the reason for the changes is so customers can get the most popular favorites as fast as possible.

Here is what McDonald’s New Late Night menu will include:

  • Big Mac
  • 100% fresh beef Quarter Pounder burgers
  • Chicken McNuggets
  • All Day Breakfast
  • World Famous Fries and all other sides
  • Sweets & Treats
  • Happy Meal
  • McCafe and beverages

Don’t see your favorite Late Night menu option in that list? McDonald’s says not to worry – the missing item will still be available to be ordered before midnight. Obviously, that doesn’t help much if it was the only menu item you like, or the one you regularly get from the Late Nite menu.

According to Business Insider, McDonald’s will instruct its Late Night service crew to be prepared to respond to customer questions about why an item is no longer available during late night. Customers who ask for a Filet-O-Fish, which is not on the new Late Nite menu, will be prompted to order a Big Mac or Quarter Pounder instead.

Business Insider says that the change to the Late Nite menu is a way for McDonald’s to cut costs through simplification, decrease food waste, and speed up service.  It is not yet known if the new Late Nite menu will have prices that are less expensive than before.

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