Which fast food restaurants are open Christmas Day 2019?

Merry Christmas Day, everyone! Wanting to know which fast food restaurants are open Christmas today? You’ve come to the right place!

Now that Christmas and the holiday spirit is winding down, the last thing we want to do is cook! So, unless you have some delicious Christmas dinner leftovers stored, you likely want to go to your favorite fast food restaurant to grab a burger (or two, with some fries). If that’s the case, which fast food joints are open? Let’s have a look at where you can go and which places to avoid.

Here are some of the fast food restaurants open (and a few that are NOT) on Christmas Day 2019:

Little Caesars, Dominos, and most pizza chains: Need a pizza? A few pizza chains are open, but limited hours. Don’t get your hopes up, though, I imagine only a select few locations are opening up. And if they are, it’ll only be for a few hours and not regular operation hours. Give them a call just to be sure!

IHOP: You already know you can count on IHOP. No matter the day or holiday or hour, IHOP is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week!

McDonalds and Burger King: Hours may differ for Burger King and McDonald’s locations, but most of these fast food restaurants will be open on Christmas Day.

Jack in the Box: Select locations are open (hours may differ).

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Starbucks: Need a hot cup of coffee on Christmas Day? Coffee is especially important this holiday, so rest assured that Starbucks will be open for the most part of the day. Operation hours may differ, but most (if not all) Starbucks locations are open today.

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Chick-fil-A: This doesn’t come as a surprise, but Chick-fil-A is most definitely not opening up at all today. They opened for a few hours during Christmas Eve, but their doors are closed for Christmas Day. Regular hours will resume Dec. 26.

On the Border and Chili’s: Nope! Casual restaurants are always more than likely closed on Christmas Day 2019, and I know for a fact casual restaurant favorites On the Border and Chili’s won’t be open.

Where will you be stopping for a bite this holiday? Getting to-go or dining in?