Remember McDowell’s? The McDonald’s knockoff featured in the Eddie Murphy film “Coming to America” was brought to life by a Hollywood restaurant for Halloween.
Fat Sal’s in Hollywood turned itself into McDowell’s for Halloween, and the line stretched out the door.
They offered their own version of the Big Mick, as well as the Sexual Chocolate Shake and the Zamunda Fries.
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