Mozzarella sticks have never beaten me. No matter what the serving size, never have I left an uneaten mozzarella stick on a plate. I’ve got like a 982-0 lifetime record. There’s just too much breaded cheesy goodness to forfeit, even if I am lactose intolerant.
McDonald’s, who recently released the long overdue all-day breakfast option, has begun an experiment in its New York stores that will sell three mozzarella sticks and marinara dipping sauce for the price of 100 pennies. The experiment will expand nationwide in 2016.
Add on 3 piece Mozzarella Sticks to your favorite Extra Value Meal for only $1 at part. McD’s. pic.twitter.com/SDYbZikAzU
— McDonald's TriState (@McD_TriState) November 11, 2015
According to Buzzfeed, the mozzarella experiment was rolled out in part to bolster a steady decline in sales over the past couple years. In fact, this past October was the first quarter of growing U.S. sales in two years.
Some who have tried McDonald’s newest item, took to Twitter to give their reviews:
There were some positive 🙂
No lie these McDonald's mozzarella sticks are bomb 😋😋😋
— Katy (@katybeear) November 9, 2015
@yoo_nizzz bro…honestly…they taste pretty good and you wouldn't expect for McDonald's to have good mozzarella sticks..3 for $1 🙏🏼
— Swank Ant (@_antcervantes) November 9, 2015
And some that were the very opposite of positive…
Word of advice: NEVER get mozzarella sticks from McDonald's
— Trisha (@tlar0sa) November 10, 2015
really disappointed in your mozzarella sticks @McDonalds pic.twitter.com/TjIWEr4aRG
— tal (@natalyazerka) October 18, 2015
McDonald's launching mozzarella sticks is the biggest threat to our nation since the Cuban missile crisis.
— Brandon Veilleux (@The_Don17) November 10, 2015
Regardless of reviews, it’s not going to stop your drunk ass from shelling out a buck. Mine either.