My go to is the McDouble and fries for lunch and for breakfast is sausage McMuffin with a order of hashbrowns which I put right on the sandwhich.
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Americana at its best! This is the oldest operating store in the system. It's like taking a roadtrip down Route 66. A visit to this location gives you the old arches, the walk-up windows, and a museum with McDonalds artifacts and relics. A little bit...More
We went there just to see the oldest operating McD's. It was cool to take pics on the outside but from there it went down hill. Poor guy taking our order kept messing it up. Took forever to get our food. Museum was closed due...More
We made a special trip to see the oldest McDonald's again!! It was great! We were a little disappointed that the museum wasn't up and running due to construction. Also, right before we pulled up -- the 18 wheeler delivering for the restaurant was blocking...More
This McDonald's is the oldest operating of all the McDonald's. The walk-up counters are the same as they have always been. I met a guy there would had first visited when he was 3-4 years old and he is now in his late 60s. Next...More
I do not like McD's they are not on the top of my to go spots for fast food. This place is special so I give it 5 stars because they offer deep fried apple pies just like they did in the old days. The...More
fun to go for nostalgia value..menu choices limited but different...not a full service mc donalds..parking is bad...
Just stumbled on this when I was visiting from out of town. Had to stop and take a look. Very cool. They have a mini museum with old memorabilia of old cups, happy meals, toys, etc. One of the coolest things was the sign that...More
Staff and residents don't seem to valorize the place as an actual tourist spot. Go ahead as an enthusiast and start taking pictures and they will stare at you as if you're some kind of crazy or something. Food was good, though. The museum is...More