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(Reuters)   McD's is reopening over 700 dine-in establishments in the UK and Ireland. Which, let's be fair, is a legit improvement in their dining options   (reuters.com) divider line
    More: Followup, United Kingdom, Fast food, world's largest fast-food chain, Wales, months of lockdown restrictions Britons, None of the reopenings, England, table service  
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2020-07-21 5:28:10 PM  
Meanwhile, the way things are going in the US, fast food and pizza will basically be the only dining out options soon.
 
2020-07-21 7:09:18 PM  
I could really go for some Shepherd's pie actually.
 
2020-07-21 7:16:16 PM  
Do they serve warm beer?
 
2020-07-21 10:39:59 PM  
Only true if Nando's is closed.
 
2020-07-21 11:50:00 PM  
I've been there. It's really not. Fresh lamb, when you can point out white dots on the green on the way in, it's really something.
 
2020-07-22 12:14:50 AM  
Well, the British conquered half the world in the hopes that they might find edible food somewhere else.
 
2020-07-22 8:21:15 AM  
Subby has never been to Bill's SOHO for breakfast, or Kerbisher & Malt for fish n' chips
 
2020-07-22 10:55:47 AM  
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