McDonald’s and it’s California franchisees announced a $390 million effort to modernize more than 550 restaurants throughout the state by 2020.
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The project will include construction and modernization both inside and outside most restaurants in California.
“This is an exciting time for McDonald’s and we’re proud to be making significant investments in our neighborhoods to provide a new experience for our California guests,” said Clay Paschen, a McDonald’s owner operator, on Monday. “We remain committed to supporting every community and are proud to support local architecture, engineering and construction jobs across the great state.”
Improvements to the restaurants include:
- Modernized dining rooms with new furniture
- Digital self-order kiosks
- Remodeled counters to allow for new table service
- Designated parking spots for curbside pick-up of mobile orders
- Expanded McCafé counters and larger display cases
In addition to the investments to modernize the restaurant, McDonald’s has also introduced McDelivery with Uber Eats at more than 5,000 US restaurants.
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