McDonald's August bank holiday 2023 opening times: What time are restaurants open? | The Sun

FAST food fans will be keen to know what time McDonald's is open over the bank holiday.

Shops and supermarkets do sometimes change their opening times on public holidays to give staff some well-earned time off.

But what about McDonald's? Here's everything you need to know.

When is McDonald's open over the bank holiday?

Store hours can vary between locations so it's best to check when your local restaurant is open using the chain’s locator tool, found on its website.

In some locations, McDonald’s can be open 24 hours a day.

That is usually the case for larger restaurants located at service stations or retail parks, while McDonald's high street branches may shut earlier at midnight, or even 10pm.

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McDonald's opening times over the bank holiday will vary depending on the store and each branch will have its own opening hours.

It's best to head to the McDonald's website and use the branch locator to find your local restaurant's opening times.

Are other shops open on the bank holiday?

Many businesses, including attractions, shops and restaurants, will stay open over the bank holiday.

Meanwhile, supermarkets, department stores and smaller retailers should have their doors open, but times may change.

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In any case, most retailers have store locators which you can use to find out where your nearest branch is and its opening hours.

Public transport timings also vary on a bank holiday weekend, so ensure you check the timetables to avoid any travel troubles.

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