Travel News September 04, 2018
Why You’ll Want To Eat At The Country’s Most Futuristic McDonald’s
Most fast food chains around the world tend to carry out an overall uniform design, looking nearly identical no matter which location you pay a visit to. But something people might not realize that there are actually
quite a few McDonald’s in the U.S. that look pretty different from all of the rest. Now that the Chicago flagship has received a makeover, the McDonald’s at 600 North Clark Street has a futuristic look that’s turning heads. Come and see what’s new!
If you've never visited the McDonald's flagship in Chicago, you can see below how its eye-catching exterior and grand golden arches once easily brought in crowds and wowed all those who saw it.
But now, after undergoing a major renovation, the new flagship McDonald's of Chicago looks like something much more futuristic.
Many are comparing it to the look and feel of an Apple store. The new McDonald's has 19,000 square feet and plenty of seating available inside.
Oh, and what's that above the self-service kiosks where you'll order your food? Just a floating garden!
Everything about the new flagship feels modern, from the charging stations available all over the store and the LED lighting, to the variety in seating and floor-to-ceiling windows and tableside service - it's really quite different than what we're used to seeing at McDonald's.
We'd also be remiss if we forgot to mention that there's a stand-alone McCafe inside the new McDonald's as well. How could you not want to see this place for yourself?
As soon as you walk into the futuristic McDonald's, you'll be able to order at a self-service kiosk and take a number to wherever you're seated. Then an employee will bring your food right to you at your table. If you'd rather just keep things old-school, you can also continue walking to the back of the store to find a counter with employees that will take your order.
How to get here: 600 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60610
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