The Playas Resort is an amusement park located on the edge of Los Angeles, California, and is a world-class destination for the entire family.
It is located on a vast expanse of land and has over 6,000 acres of land.
It was the first theme park in the US to open, in 1971.
The resort’s signature dish is the Chicken McNugget, a chicken nugget served in a soft, sweet, buttery bun.
It’s a staple in the restaurant community.
It was a challenge to produce the chicken nuggets that are now served on the menu at the Playas, as the original chicken nugs were sourced from the UK.
The Playas also recently announced a $300m upgrade to the restaurants food menu that includes an extensive range of new items, including the Chicken Mac and Cheese, Chicken Sandwich, and Chicken Salad.
In addition, the Playa Bowl will have a $150m expansion, bringing the total number of restaurants on the resort to more than 4,000, including its main eatery.
The first restaurant to open on The Playae will be the original McDonald’s, which is expected to open in 2021.
The new McDonald’s will be a new restaurant, which will feature a large selection of food, including chicken nougats, mac and cheese, burgers, and salads.
A McDonald’s is one of the oldest fast food restaurants in the world, and was founded in 1947 in Chicago.
McDonald’s, however, is one-and-done.
The company has been owned by the family since its founding.
It has struggled with poor sales and customer satisfaction over the years, and its stock price has plummeted in recent years.
McD’s parent company, Burger King, was bought by KFC in 2008, and now serves the majority of the world’s McDonald’s restaurants.KFC’s burger, burger buns, fries and salads have all been replaced by new, healthier options.
Mcdonald’s recently announced that it will close the majority (50 per cent) of its stores by 2021, leaving a total of just over 2,000 locations in the United States, with more to come.
While it may not seem like much, McDonald’s has a huge influence on the world of fast food.
McDonald’s franchisees and suppliers supply more than a third of the total burger consumption in the U.S., according to McDonald’s.