Sarah Terry
November 17, 2016 3:45 pm
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Your favorite spot for fast food will be getting a massive facelift next year, and we can’t wait to see the changes. McDonald’s announced table service is coming to all US locations, as well as a long list of other tweaks to the restaurant that brought you the Big Mac and the McRib. McDonald’s insists that these changes will streamline its system for customers and incorporate new technology. We like that, because we could always use more ways to keep things simple. And since fast food hasn’t changed much over the years, maybe it was time for a facelift.

McDonald’s announced that the biggest change will be table service in all of its locations.

McDonalds already has table service locations in Southern California, Florida, and New York City. They plan to roll out table service in other major US cities like San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. in 2017.

The table service system will be more efficient, because diners will order from electronic kiosks, rather than cashiers.

McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook told Business Insider that they’re trying to make the experience of dining at McDonald’s more enjoyable.

We hope that the ordering system streamlines things, because Easterbrook is right — ordering is definitely the most stressful part.

McDonald’s will also makeover their decor as well as their food.

McDonald’s will update the interior decoration to look more modern. They will also be emphasizing food with higher quality ingredients, like their Signature Crafted burgers.

McDonald’s is definitely changing things up, but it sounds like it’s for the better.

As long as McDonald’s will still occasionally bring some nuggets to our table.

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