New McDonald's restaurant at Eagle Island Marketplace opens Nov. 12

A new McDonald's restaurant will opening Monday, Nov. 12, at 1460 W. Chinden Blvd. in the Eagle Island Marketplace. The restaurant owned and operated by Boise-based Darmody Enterprises will have a double-lane drive-through window, plasma large-screen television and free wi-fi. The restaurant will employ about 60 people.

The grand opening on Nov. 12 includes:

  • a contest to win a camcorder/camera
  • special prices on hamburgers, cheeseburgers and Egg McMuffins
  • free drink samples
  • free coffee for active-duty and retired military with ID
  • free face painting from 5 to 7 p.m.
  • two appearances (11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m.) by Ronald McDonald

One dollar of every Extra Value Meal sold will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho.

Hamburgers at 10.

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Lovely

More fast food corporate crap to invade the valley.

As if slow food locally is any better???

Oriental food puts many people at risk

Mexican food may have tainted produce

McDonalds $1.00 chesseburger has less calories and is probably leaner than the fat burger you get locally.

Unless you get REASONABLE portions you are just as bad off.

The Darmodys put people to work. What have YOU done?

The BEEF comes from an area processor. Simplot and Heinz produce some of their raw ingredients and those workers are in IDAHO and here in Ontario!

Stick a fry up your nose and snort reality, dude.
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