New photos have given customers a first look inside a McDonald’s restaurant in Derby which has reopened following a major revamp. The branch at Derby Commercial Park, off the A6 at Raynesway, reopened yesterday morning, Tuesday (June 7), after just over two weeks closed.
The fast-food giant’s Linville Close eatery shut on Saturday, May 21, to undergo the refurbishment. Now, new photos have given those thinking of visiting the restaurant an idea of what to expect after a new design and layout was installed.
One noticeable difference from a customer perspective is a dedicated area for McDelivery couriers which will help to avoid congestion in the restaurant, as well as a new front counter.
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McDonald’s franchisee Tim Dobbs, who owns and operates the restaurant, said: “I’m excited that my restaurant on Commercial Park in Derby has reopened following a refurbishment, creating a new layout which will improve the experience of my team and our customers. We look forward to welcoming our customers, old and new, enjoy the services we have to offer.”
The international firm, which has more than a dozen outlets across Derbyshire, recently completed a refurbishment at its Swadlincote branch. The Belmont Street eatery was also shut for just over two weeks before reopening earlier this month.
McDonald’s was founded in 1940 by brothers Dick and Mac McDonald in California. Since its launch, the fast-food chain has become a household name famed for popular items including the Big Mac, Happy Meals and the vegan McPlant burger.
Check out the gallery below for a first look inside McDonald’s at Derby Commercial Park following the refurbishment: