McDonald’s going vain with $251M facelift of Ohio stores

McDonald’s is going to keep on serving you the Big Mac you know and love but in a more modernized environment.

The fast food giant is investing $251 million into improving Ohio stores, reports Columbus Business First.

Here are some upgrades to expect at your local McDonald’s:

  • Modernized dining rooms with new furniture.
  • Refreshed exterior designs.


  • More self-order kiosks and table service.
  • Remodeled counters.
  • New digital menu boards inside and in the drive-thru.
  • Designated parking spots for curbside pick-up and mobile orders.
  • Expanded McCafe counters and larger display cases.

This news comes after locally-based, fast food competitor Wendy’s ramped up their aesthetics recently.

Will new couches and more ordering kiosks greatly affect your experience at McDonald’s? 


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