Labor Day: Target, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Burger King Open, Closed? Also, Dunkin’ Donuts, KFC, Subway, Domino’s, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell Hours

Labor Day is Monday, and a number of US residents want to know the hours of fast-food locations.

The vast majority of fast food restaurants are open.

Walmart is open, Target is open, Best Buy is open, and major grocery store chains are open. However, Costco is not.

 

Here’s the list:

Starbucks is usually open, but check hours and listings. 

Dunkin’ Donuts is usually open but check hours and listings. 

Krispy Kreme is usually open but check hours and listings. 

McDonald’s is usually open but check hours. 

Burger King is usually open but check hours. 

Domino’s Pizza is open but some locations open later in the day–sometimes as late as 4 p.m. Check listings. 

Taco Bell is usually open but check hours. 

Subway is usually open but check hours. 

KFC is usually open but check hours. 

Pizza Hut is usually open but check hours. 

Wendy’s is usually open. Check hours.

Panera Bread varies on location. Check hours.

Jack in the Box is usually open. Check hours.

Here’s a comprehensive of ideas of fast food chains in the U.S., click here.

The Associated Press update:

Obama on Labor Day: Don’t take rights for granted 

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is asking Americans this Labor Day to think about the rights and benefits that people often take for granted.

In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama says he’s optimistic about the growing economy. He says decisions made now will determine whether the recovery will pick up speed.

Obama says workers and unions fought for things like Social Security, Medicare, workplace safety laws and the right to organize. He says those fights built a stronger middle class.

Obama says to strengthen the modern middle class, the U.S. must raise its minimum wage. He says states and businesses have raised wages already and Congress should, too.

In the Republican address, Rep. Larry Bucshon of Indiana says Republicans are focused on creating jobs, lowering costs and restoring opportunity.

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