After avoiding McDonald's (even forgot how to spell it) for decades, I have to say it has become a regular destination for breakfast here in the ski town of Winter Park, Colorado, high up in the Rockies. My discovery was not only that the breakfasts were good and flavorful, but that you can get low-carb protein breakfasts if you order 'a la carte' so to speak. I'm surprised how good just about all the food it here - but i wonder if in part it's the altitude and ski appetite. lol
Until 1030 am weekdays, you can order a nice portion of scrambled eggs for about $1.79 and a sausage for $1.24 - that's barely over $3 - and don't be shy, order double of each and it's really too much food.
The service is good from a cheerful and smiling bi-lingual staff whose only fault may be that some have a selective vocabulary when manning the register that hasn't quite qualified as fluent.
I also found the double quarter pounder with cheese (i ordered it without cheese and only double mustard, sacrificing the higher calorie / carb rich mayo and/or ketchup. Meat was well cooked and fresh tasting with the pickles and onion I enjoyed - tossed the bottom part of the bun away to compromise the carb count.
In this generally affordable ski town (compared to others with world class ski mountains as one finds here), most restaurants serving breakfasts that I've sampled charge at least $10 plus tax and tip and the food at many are unremarkable, so if you're in the mood to save money on breakfast, I recommend you give the golden arches a try....anywhere in the country I suspect is the same. If you don't 'deserve a break today' your wallet does.
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