McDonald’s Reduces Its Overnight Menu

 McDonald’s Reduces Its Overnight Menu

McDonald’s will still offer the Big Mac and breakfast in the overnight hours, but the popular restaurant chain has cut back to just eight offerings on its late-night menu. According to the company, based out of Chicago, the goal is to improve speed.

The new late-night menu begins on April 30 and applies to those opened after midnight restaurants.

The company said the idea was to ensure customers had a simple, smooth experience – be it day or night. It said they constantly look for ways to improve the experience for their customers.

The eight offerings on the late-night menu will include Quarter Pounder burgers, Big Mac, All Day Breakfast, Chicken McNuggets, fries, sweets and treats such as the apple pie, McCafe beverage and Happy Meals. People who want the Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Sandwiches, Artisan Grilled Chicken Sandwiches, Filet-O-Fish or premium salads can still get them before the midnight hour strikes.

There are more than 14,000 McDonald’s in the U.S., but it’s not known how many are 24-hour services and which restaurants will be affected by the change.