You Can Now Get McDonald's Delivered To Your Table On a Night Out
Imagine this: you're in the nightclub, you're with your friends, but you're starting to get hungry. That would usually be time to call it a night, right? Well not anymore, this nightclub will deliver Mcdonald's to your table mid-sesh.
If you live in Edinburgh - or plan on going there any time soon after you've read this - you won't have to search the streets for a kebab shop in the middle of the night, as Why Not nightclub in George Steet is offering McDonald's delivery to any pre-booked tables.
The bar announced the delivery service on its Facebook page, saying: "Edinburgh's #1 new night kicks off this Friday from 10:30pm and every pre booked table package gets to order McDonald's AND we deliver it RIGHT.TO.YOUR.TABLE!"
The service is part of the club's new night, 'Drama Fridays' set to launch on 15 September.
But, before you get too excited and start planning your weekend away to the Scottish city you may be disappointed to know booking a table isn't free.
Table bookings start from £50, but they do include bottles of spirits and mixers, as well as the McDonald's delivery.
Considering you're getting table service of Maccies and drink it seems fair, but to qualify for delivery you must have a pre-paid table package order.
Customer will be given a form to order your food with between 12am and 1am and the food then will be delivered to you by 2am.
This is the golden age people, that is if you've not been put off chowing down on a Big Mac after news came out that McDonald's staff, in Croydon, had to chase a rat out of the store with brooms.
Video footage emerged of the incident where staff members could've given the British Curling team a run for their money with their broom and mop skills to shoo the pest.
Well maybe not but they tried their best.
In fairness, it's a pretty well accepted fact that you're never too far away from a few rats in the Greater London area. But no one likes the idea of the critter roaming round in the home of the double cheese burger.
A spokesperson for the chain told the Croydon Advertiser that the staff eventually managed to get rid of the problem and they then enlisted the services of a pest control company to check that the rat didn't have any of his pals hanging around in the restaurant as well.
The spokesperson said: "Hygiene and cleanliness is of utmost importance to us."
"A rodent made a well-timed run through the front door, but our staff reacted quickly to make sure the visit was a very brief one and ushered it out of the restaurant, unharmed.
"We immediately asked pest control experts to carry out a check of the restaurant, with further checks [also taking place] in recent days.
"All of these checks have confirmed no evidence of pest activity and we are confident that this is an isolated incident."
Ah well, you can't win them all and, I suppose, Edinburgh is pretty far away from Croydon so you'd probably be safe with some night club table service.
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