The McRib is finally making a comeback to McDonald’s menus nationwide.
The beloved fast-food staple will be available at your local McDonald’s on November 1st to celebrate the sandwich’s 40th anniversary. The sandwich has not been offered since December.
The company took to Twitter and teased a special announcement on Wednesday.
Thursday morning, they followed up with a tweet that read, “nobody:…me: i think it’s time to bring the McRib back 11.1.”
turn on ur notifications for the most important announcement tmrw
— McDonald's (@McDonalds) September 29, 2021
me: i think it’s time to bring the McRib back 11.1
— McDonald's (@McDonalds) September 30, 2021
While it was not wildly popular when it was first released in 1981, the McRib has remained incredibly popular over the years partially due to its exclusivity. Before its December run, the boneless pork sandwich dipped in McDonald’s barbeque sauce was not on menus since 2012.
Fans can use the “McRib Locator” to track the sandwich’s return and order it via the McDonald’s App and McDelivery service. Those enrolled in the MyMcDonald’s Rewards program can also earn points when buying the McRib.
McDonald’s has not yet revealed how long the barbeque delicacy will be available this time around, so get yours while supplies last.