25 McDonald’s drive-thru restaurants to re-open in Ireland and Northern Ireland today
All McDonald’s drive-thru restaurants on the island of Ireland will be reopen from this morning.
McDonald’s has confirmed the locations of the last remaining drive-thru restaurants to reopen in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
23 McDonald’s restaurants in the Republic of Ireland and two in Northern Ireland will reopen from 11am on Thursday (4 June), the third day of a phased reopening of all drive-thru restaurants following a successful pilot scheme in May to test out new safety procedures for staff.
The list of restaurants reopening today can be seen below:
Republic of Ireland
- Omni Park Shopping Centre, Santry, Dublin
- The Mill Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Dublin
- Blanchardstown Shopping Centre Drive Thru, Dublin
- Cranley Centre, Naas Road, Dublin
- Lucan Drive Thru, Celbridge Road, Dublin
- Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Drive Thru, Dublin
- Gulliver’s Retail Park, Ballymun, Dublin
- Charlestown Shopping Centre Drive Thru, Dublin
- The Park, Carrickmines, Dublin
- Citywest Shopping Centre Drive Thru, Dublin
- Crescent Shopping Centre, Limerick
- Jetland Shopping Centre, Limerick
- Castletroy Shopping Centre, Castletroy, Limerick
- Lower Westport Road, Castlebar, Mayo
- Creggan Roundabout, Dublin Road, Athlone, Westmeath
- Pearse Road, Letterkenny, Donegal
- Pullamore Business Park, Dublin Road, Cavan
- N4 Retail and Business Park, Red Cow Roundabout, Longford
- Limerick Road Drive Thru, Shannon, Clare
- Gort Road, Ennis, Clare
- Pettit’s Supermarket, Wexford Road, Arklow, Wicklow
- Sligo Retail Park, Sligo
- Drinagh Retail Park, Wexford, Wexford
- Oaks Centre, Dungannon, Tyrone
- Dromore Road, Omagh, Tyrone
Customers are warned that due to new procedures, service is expected to be slower than usual and that restaurants will be operating on reduced hours between 11am and 10pm.
McDonald’s has said it will continue to work with local stakeholders and An Garda Síochána as reopening is extended and, as was the case with restaurants in Dublin recently, may determine that it is necessary to close drive-thru lanes if queues cause disruption at busier sites or put employees or customers at risk.
McDonald's said it will monitor the measures in place but said they will remain in place for now to enable employees, customers and delivery partners to remain safe.