Posted: Dec 29, 2022
McDonald’s has opened a restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas, that uses a conveyor belt to deliver food to customers in a separate drive-thru line.
“[The conveyor system] gives our restaurant team the ability to concentrate more on order speed and accuracy,” franchisee Keith Vanecek said in a news release.
Customers who order ahead via the McDonald’s app can skip the traditional drive-thru line and receive their order via conveyor belt.
The restaurant is designed for customers planning to eat at home or on the go. There is no seating area. Inside, there’s a delivery pick-up room for couriers and kiosks where customers can place their orders and a pick-up shelf.
Outside the restaurant, there is parking dedicated to curbside order pick-up as well as designated parking for delivery drivers.
By Zack Miller
Source and Complete Article: chicago.suntimes.com
Date: December 29, 2022
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