The newly opened restaurant boasts a host of unique and interactive features, unlimited fries.
At the front of the store are several digital kiosks, where customers may order a personalized burger or sandwich with the help of a bowtie-clad employee, known here as a “concierge.” Toppings not found in a traditional McDonald’s include guacamole, pico de gallo, maple bacon, creamy dijon, sriracha mayonnaise and grilled tomato.
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With nine order points within the restaurant and drive-thru, the location is hiring 85 additional employees to support the increased throughput.
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The restaurant offers table service (and, for a limited time, unlimited fries).
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A dessert bar features classic treats, including ice cream cones and shakes, plus frozen ICEE treats and root beer or Coke floats. Other options include pies, cookies and cinnamon melts.
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Customers may also order a signature McFlurry, sundae, waffle cone or waffle bowl with a choice of ice cream, topping, and mix-ins that range from M&M's candies to pie or cookie pieces to diced apples.
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The dining room has sleek wood paneling, trendy decor, couches and armchairs.
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Customers may choose to dine al fresco on the WiFi-enabled patio.
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An interactive playroom includes digital tablets with games for children.
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The multi-story play place offers ample climbing and jumping opportunities, in addition to interactive light board tables and several game options.
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Customers may choose which music is played in the restaurant by using a mobile app.
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Chris Habiger, franchise owner, demolished the original location at this address to build his next-generation McDonald's. "“What we’re so excited about is this restaurant isn’t in L.A. or New York, although they have fantastic McDonald’s there. This is in middle America."
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A customized grilled chicken sandwich featuring a lettuce wrap, guacamole, slivered onions and yellow mustard. (Editor's note: It was delicious.)
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