McDonald’s will spend about $266 million to update over 360 Pennsylvania restaurants in the next two years as part of a multibillion-dollar plan to modernize its U.S. locations.
The national chain and its franchisees will spend $266 million between 2018 and 2019 to update the interior and exteriors of its Pennsylvania restaurants in the hopes of enhancing the guest experience, writes Kenneth Hilario at bizjournals.com.
There are over 270 McDonald’s locations in the region, according to McDonald’s Restaurants of the Greater Philadelphia Region.
The restaurants receiving updates will get::
- Modernized dining rooms with globally and locally inspired decor, new furniture and refreshed exterior designs;
- Digital self-order kiosks to make ordering and paying easier. Kiosks empower guests to browse the menu, find options and tailor their meal just the way they want;
- Remodeled counters to allow for new table service;
- Digital menu boards inside and at the drive-through;
- New designated parking spots for curbside pick-up through mobile order and pay;
- Expanded McCafé counters and larger display cases.
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