DO NOT GO THERE FOR A B-DAY PARTY!!! We had one there this past weekend for our twins...learned that the heat in the party room has been broken for years and they won't fix it. We were all cold the entire time. They don't help serve the food or the cake. FYI...bring your own spatula...I asked for one serve the cake and the response was they have something but it's easier to just use a plastic fork. Also suggest your own plastic wear....I had to try and serve cake to 19 kids between 2-6yrs with no help from Mcd's...takes quite a bit of time when McD's staff hand you a bin of fork/knife combos in plastic...takes forever to open 19 of them and serve to excited kids. Took them over an hour to get us 19 happy meals. No games or fun offered by McD's. The fact that we had a balloon artist was the only thing that saved us....saddest part....I had absolutely no opportunity to enjoy the party or at least see my girls celebrating. That is what I paid for...I wanted the help so I could enjoy it and form a great memory...instead I was busy serving food, cleaning up, cutting cake, opening utensils and drinks for kids, making sure they had napkins...had I known I'd have had the party at my house and had it catered.
Burgers, sandwiches, Happy Meals and all things fried and grilled draw families and fans to the world-famous Golden Arches..
The intoxicating smell of golden fries cooked to crispy perfection and succulent burgers sizzling on the grill permeates the space, while a lively chatting and munching crowd maintains a laidback vibe at this famous fast food haunt. Hungry patrons of all ages and walks of life order classic favorites like the Big Mac, Chicken McNuggets, and the Filet-O-Fish sandwich. As for breakfast (it is the most important meal of the day, after all), this drive-thru king offers both sweet and savory morning meals like the Egg McMuffin and Hotcakes, as well as flavored iced coffees for a much needed java jolt.
Stay Away. This is one of the busiest McDonald's in the West Mifflin area and it sure shows in the way the food is prepared. For one, their workers do not use gloves in the grill area; however, the managers claim they use hand sanitizer often. I'm sorry but lemon scented alcohol will never take the place of gloves, especially with the way some of their workers appear. I used to go their at night after class, but I continually saw workers handling food without gloves in both grill and on the table making food. I have nothing aganist clean McDonald's workers in clean stores, but this is not one of them, at least not at night.
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