McDonald’s Is Bringing Back This Fan-Favorite Breakfast Item—Order It Before It Leaves Again

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McDonald's often surprises fans by reviving discontinued menu items, and the fast-food chain just celebrated the return of a popular breakfast option. Over the past few weeks, fans at select locations in Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania and New England have noticed the chain's popular breakfast bagels, as reported by Chew Boom.
The company quietly removed the delicious sandwiches from its nationwide menu back in 2020, and since then fans on Twitter, Reddit and elsewhere have been relentlessly calling for their return. Here's what we know about the limited-time bagel return:
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Which McDonald's Breakfast Bagels Are Returning?
You can currently pick up one of the following McDonald's breakfast bagel options: The Steak, Egg & Cheese Bagel (featuring a toasted, buttered bagel with a steak patty, wrinkled egg, two slices of melted American cheese, and grilled onions), The Bacon, Egg & Cheese Bagel: (toasted, buttered bagel with thick-cut applewood-smoked bacon, a folded egg, and two slices of melted American cheese) or Sausage, Egg & Cheese Bagel (toasted bagel with a pork sausage patty, a folded egg, and two slices melted American cheese).
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Where are the breakfast bagels currently available?
According to Eat This, Not That, McDonald's officials confirmed the bagels are no longer available nationwide, but they are a "regional offering and are available at participating McDonald's restaurants in select markets," notably Columbus, Chicago, Washington D.C., New York Mention is made of City and other places in New England. They emphasized that McDonald's bagel sandwiches are a "limited time offer at participating locations."
The outlet also noted that the three breakfast bagels: steak, egg & cheese; bacon, egg & cheese; and Sausage, Egg & Cheese disappeared from McDonald's menus during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, but were recently rediscovered by customers at locations in Ohio, Virginia and Philadelphia in early September 2022. McDonald's has long been promising the return of bagels, to the delight of many fans.
fan reactions
On Reddit, customers have shared their joy that the bagels are available near them. "I got a notification on my app this morning that they're finally back in Michigan! I know they've been retesting them in Ohio for the past few months," wrote one user. Others, writes Eat This, Not That, report seeing them in parts of Illinois, New Jersey, Long Island and upstate New York.

Fans also took to Twitter to express how long they've wanted the bagels to come back. "The Steak Breakfast Sandwiches are back at Mcdonalds!?!? Literally been waiting for this omg," one wrote, when another chimed in, "the bagel breakfast sandwiches must be back forever... they're just too good to cancel again! I am very happy to see you again!”

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