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McRib in Westchester?

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Before you guys tear me apart, I'll just say I grew up eating McRib south of Mason-Dixon. I have yet to find it in this area. Does anyone know of a McD that serves McRib in Westchester? Yes it's a chain and I did call 8+ locations, they either cannot understand me or they lied.

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  1. Hah. I haven't heard of a McRib for more than a decade. I don't think I've seen one in that long. Only had them a few times out West... California or Utah, I think. Would be curious if anyone heard of them out here, though I can't say I hold the same fond memories of them that you do! :)

    1. kleincast.com/maps/mcrib.php

      Don't know if it's accurate but this has a map of where the mcRib has been sighted

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      1. re: debmom

        I called a bunch of McD on the McRib map. None of them have it! Thanks though! The search continues...

      2. I'm with Adam on this....I remember the McRib being introduced many, many years ago...and then it disappeared from McD menus in the tri-state area. (And, yes, we're laughing to see a McRib request on Chowhound, but good for you for not being ashamed to admit it!!!)

        1. Wasn't it one of those things that they had on the menu for a "limited time only" and it would come and go when you least expected it?

          I can't say I've ever had one, but I certainly remember it in the NY area.

          1. Try posting on the Outcast Board, I mean Chain Board as you may have more success. Just kidding. If something taste good to you, eat it has always been one of my rules.

            1. I enjoyed these in college (along with too many other hideous unhealthy indulgences which are now coming back to haunt me), but haven't seen them in many many years. This website may turn you off to your longings entirely, as it did for me: http://www.foodfacts.info/mcrib/ If not, believe it or not, Morningstar Farms "hickory barbecue ribs" on a roll with lettuce and tomato (and/or pickle and onion) are a viable alternative! http://www.morningstarfarms.com/produ...

              1. unfortunately, i think you're out of luck. if you want an awesome alternative, you should try the bbq pulled pork bahn mi at twisted soul in poughkeepsie.

                http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/200...