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NEW YORK — Hundreds of McDonald’s restaurants will now be delivering their famous burgers and fries to doorsteps all around the tri-state.

McDonald’s has partnered with UberEATS to offer their “McDelivery” service to select locations in these counties:

New York

  • New York County (Manhattan)
  • Kings County (Brooklyn)
  • Bronx County
  • Queens County
  • Nassau County
  • Westchester County


  • Fairfield County

New Jersey

  • Bergen County
  • Essex County
  • Hudson County
  • Passaic County

The companies tested out the delivery service in Florida earlier this year and deemed it a success, so they’re expanding.

Customers can find their local participating McDonald’s and place their orders on the UberEATS mobile app or, using the same account used for Uber rides. Customers can track their food on the app, from the moment UberEATS picks it up to the final delivery at their door. An UberEATS booking fee applies to each order.

All McDonald’s menu items will be available for delivery, except soft serve cones.

Among other changes at the fast-food giant — which boasts 14,000 restaurants nationwide — are self-order kiosks, table service, digital menu boards and mobile order and pay.

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