McDonald’s cult classic sandwich, the McRib, has been retired and un-retired several times since it was first introduced in 1981, and the last time it said its goodbyes was in a “farewell tour” it held in November of last year.
Fans were confident it wasn’t its final farewell, and sure enough, the sandwich is coming back for a limited time this month, and only at select locations. McDonald’s has been coy about exactly when and where the McRib will be available, and has encouraged fans to check with their local restaurants to see if they have the product on offer.
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The McRib indicator 🚀 pic.twitter.com/mAC5aCzEoI
Some states already know when they will be able to grab the menu item, and others are already enjoying it. McRib already started its limited run in select branches in Ohio, Kentucky, Greater Indiana, and Southwest Michigan on Saturday.
Enthusiasts of the boneless barbecue pork sandwich living in Georgia will be happy to know that all locations in the state, including Savannah and Macon and surrounding areas, will have it on the menu beginning Thursday, Nov. 16, 2023. North Florida and Southeast South Carolina will also offer the special menu item.
The McRib will be available in Illinois from Nov. 15 through Dec. 10.
To find out where the store locations are all over the country, you can check out the fan-generated McRib locator. Just make sure you double-check with the branch that you intend on visiting to find out if they actually do offer the sandwich.
Have you tried the McRib Sandwich from McDonalds?
Do you love it or hate it? pic.twitter.com/XDxWwlJ5q4
The McRib is a limited-time menu item that has been offered by McDonald’s the past few decades. It’s a distinctive sandwich that features a boneless pork patty shaped like a rack of ribs.
It’s usually introduced as a limited-time offering, creating a sense of scarcity and exclusivity. This limited availability often generates excitement and anticipation among customers who look forward to its return.
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Gidget writes for the latest news section of AS USA, covering breaking news and current affairs. She previously worked for TV for many years, both on and off-camera, as anchor, producer, and writer, reporting on topics from international to lifestyle news. She earned her master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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