It looks like McDonald's breakfast cravers might get their wish of munching on sausage biscuits, Egg McMuffins and more all day long.
The fast food chain announced plans this week to test an all-day breakfast menu at some locations in San Diego starting in April, according to USA Today. Reps for McDonalds said in a statement that the test is in response to customers saying they would love to have the option to order breakfast outside of the morning hours that they serve it.
The new test menu will include hash browns and some of the breakfast sandwiches, although the company didn't specify which ones would be served up. McDonald's previously addressed why they didn't try to serve breakfast before this test, tweeting that their grills "just aren't big enough for breakfast and lunch."
The head of McDonald's USA, Jeff Stratton, later said they were trying to figure out how to make breakfast available later in the day in spite of that. On Monday, McDonald's said it was too early speculate how the all-day breakfast test will go, but we're hoping the outcome is a good one.