Stoked for McDonald's decision to serve breakfast all day? You may not want to get too excited, because there's a small catch.

McDonald's will begin rolling out all-day breakfast next month, but not every breakfast item will be available after its normal 10:30 closing time for breakfast. 

The restaurants will only be serving pancakes, a limited number of breakfast sandwiches and a few side items. The decision was made since not every location has enough kitchen space to accommodate all the breakfast items along with the regular lunch and dinner fare.

McDonald's will only be serving either McMuffin or biscuit sandwiches -- not both -- and it will depend on the local demand. There will only be three options for either, as well: McMuffins will only be available with egg, sausage and egg, and sausge. For biscuit sandwiches they will be with either bacon, egg and cheese or sausage.

Oatmeal, yogurt, sausage burritos and pancakes also will be available. It will be up to each restaurant if it serves hash browns.

McGriddles and bagels won't be available.

Will you be taking advantage of McDonald's all-day breakfast? If so, does this matter to you? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

[h/t Business Insider]