What Time do McDonald’s Start and Stop Serving Breakfast?

Alex Williams
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  1. About McDonald’s

    It is an American fast-food chain, and its full name is McDonald’s Corporation. It is one of the biggest food chains in the world and is popular for its hamburgers. Their headquarters are located in Oak Brook, Illinois. It was established in 1940 by Richard and Maurice McDonald. There was an entrepreneur named Ray Kroc who got them this global fame they have today.

  2. It started as a BBQ restaurant

    In 1940, both its owners commenced McDonald’s like a BBQ restaurant in San Bernardino, California. It was after eight years that they switched to burgers, pie, shakes and potato chips. Later they got very successful and also opened their first-ever drive-thru in 1975 in Sierra Vista, Arizona.

  3. What was different about McDonald’s?

    When they started the restaurant, the unique thing was the quality; their prices were also very reasonable. One hamburger used to cost just 15 cents; it was almost half the price of what other competing restaurants used to charge. They had self-service counters; hence there were no waiters, and the food was prepared and served quickly.

  4. What was the role of Ray Kroc?

    He took their franchise plan and started a franchise in Des Plaines, Illinois, on April 15, 1955. Eventually, he purchased McDonald’s in 1961, and by the end of the decade, he opened more than 1000 outlets. By 1965, the stocks of the company began trading publicity. It is said that in the 1990s, it was opening somewhere in the world every seventy hours.

  5. What do they serve on their breakfast menu?

    They offer a slightly reduced menu in their breakfast and are also distinct from what they serve later. People love their egg Mc Muffins and Sausage biscuits a lot. They also serve hotcakes, fruit & maple oatmeal, egg white delight Mc Muffin, Steak egg, hash browns and Sausage Mc Griddles.  But the menu varies from country to country, so it is not fixed.

  6. When does McDonald’s start serving breakfast?

    Their breakfast timings also differ as per location, but usually, in most of their location, their breakfast or opening timings are 7 a.m. A few chains open around the clock; therefore, they start serving breakfast at 6 in the morning and some at even 4 a.m.

  7. When does McDonald’s stop serving breakfast?

    The precise breakfast hours depend on the franchise owner, but usually, most chains serve breakfast till 11 a.m. After that, they start serving the All-day menu, and between 7-11, they strictly serve their breakfast menu only.

  8. How do I get McDonald’s breakfast?

    Now, most of the restaurants are open, so if you want, you can either dine in, get it through the drive-thru, or you can also order it online. There are various apps as well from where you can order food from McDonald’s. Thus, all the options are open for you to taste the tasty treat by them.

  9. What do they serve on the breakfast menu?

    Here is the list of complete breakfast menu for you:

    •Breakfast wrap of egg, bacon, potato rosti and cheese – with brown sauce

    •Breakfast wrap of egg, bacon, potato rosti and cheese – with ketchup

    •Sausage, egg and cheese bagel

    •Sausage and Egg McMuffin

    •Bacon and egg McMuffin

    •Double sausage and egg McMuffin

    •Double bacon and egg McMuffin

    •Egg and Cheese McMuffin

    •Pancakes and syrup

    •Pancakes and sausage with syrup

    •Bacon roll

    •Quaker Oat So Simple

    •Quaker Oat So Simple Apple and Cherry Porridge

    •Quaker Oat So Simple with Jam

    •Quaker Oat So Simple with Sugar

    •Quaker Oat So Simple with Syrup

    •Toasted bagel

    •Toaster bagel with jam

    •Toasted bagel with Philadelphia Light

    •Hash brown

    •Cheesy bacon flatbread

    •Triple chocolate cookie

    •Sugar donut

    •Millionaire’s donut

    •Mixed berry muffin

    •Chocolate brownie

    •Millionaire’s latte

    •Tropicana orange juice

    •Flat white

    •Toffee latte



    •Black coffee

    •White coffee


    •Hot chocolate

    •Tea regular

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