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Northport, Alabama: President Reagan Ate Here McDonald's Team Field Report

Northwood Shopping Center

2300 Mcfarland Blvd., Northport, AL
I-359 into Tuscaloosa. The road turns into Hwy 13/Lurleen Wallace Blvd. Continue north across the river into Northport. About a mile north of the bridge, turn left onto Mcfarland Blvd/US Hwy 82. You'll see the McDonald's on the right. The Reagan display is to the right of the order counter, next to the men's room.
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President Reagan Ate Here McDonald's

After a 1984 presidential campaign speech, regular-guy Reagan came here for lunch and asked, "What am I supposed to order?" Report... [03/06/2016]

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Reagan bronze head, Boogie Monkey, and Katy.

Ronald Reagan Ate Here McDonald's

We attempted to find the concrete Ronald Reagan head alluded to in the photograph, and alas. The McDonald's we were directed to was indeed eaten in by RR, but it has been recently renovated, with flatscreen tvs and free wireless internet. There is a classy alcove behind glass next to the bathrooms with a bronze head, a plaque and a photo of him eating his Big Mac.

[katy blanchard, 05/04/2007]
McDonald's Revives Reagan Memorial

On October 15, 1984, President Ronald Reagan gave a campaign speech at the University of Alabama. Afterward, his motorcade pulled into the parking lot of the Northport McDonald's at the Northwood Shopping Center....

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