It's the best thing ever when you're on a long journey and out of the blue, a Supermac's pops up along the motorway.
No more starvation, no more travelling (for a while), and you can just indulge on a burger and chips. Yum.
Well, you're going to be spotting a lot more of the fast food outlet across Ireland as it is planning to open six new stops along various motorways.
The company's founder, Pat McDonagh told the Sunday Business Post that the rise of the economy means he's making expansion plans for the next year or two.
"There’s increased employment out there and there’s a bit of confidence coming back into the market again,” he said.
The first to see its doors open is a new outlet on the Galway Plaza on the M6 in Febuary which will create between 70 to 100 new jobs. Sweet.
That will be followed by four more restaurants along motorways in the next few years.