You knew McDonald's had to give in eventually as the limited breakfast menu was leaving customers heartbroken.
That means, everything from their McGriddles, to their sketchy-looking breakfast burrito are going to try to share the same space with Big Macs and Chicken McNuggets.
They're calling it the "Bigger Menu," because "Our whole damn menu, finally" probably didn't sound as catchy to them.
Of course, as was the problem when they first started testing their breakfast after 10:30 a.m., they're tying to figure out the kitchen space issue. Certain foods, such as the McGriddle, need its own special space in the kitchen, but if Jack In The Box could figure it out, McDonald's should be able to.
Hopefully this is the first step to finally, truly making their entire menu available 24 hours a day.