McDonald's may be making a big change to its most iconic menu item. The chain is testing a bigger Big Mac, called the Grand Mac, in some Texas and Ohio restaurants, a spokesperson tells Eater. And for those with smaller appetites, Mickey D's is giving a trial run to a smaller Big Mac called the Mac Jr.
The only difference in the new sandwiches is the size — they both are dressed with the ubiquitous lettuce, American cheese, pickles, onions, and special sauce and served on the traditional sesame seed bun. The Grand Mac comes on a bigger bun and features two 2.7 ounce patties, which makes it a one-third-pound sandwich. At the other end of the spectrum, the Mac Jr. is a Big Mac with one of the patties and the middle bun removed. The former is selling for $4.89, and the latter is priced between $2.39 and $2.59, depending on the location.