The inevitable force that is Mac Donalds cannot be escaped. In fact, they kind of pop up in the most odd, or unusual places.
It’s pivotal to their worldwide success, whichever McDonald’s you visit, wherever you are in the world – it will always taste the same. Don’t ask about the processes with which they have to go through to achieve that – but it’s a fact nonetheless. That universal taste, the familiarity and predictability is a key ingredient into explaining their phenomenal success.
Let's take a look at some of their oddest locations.
Art Deco McDonalds in Clifton Hill Victoria, Australia.
Galleria Vittoria Emanuele in Milan Italy
White Colonial Mansion Mc Donalds in hyde park NY
Exotic McDonald’s in Yangshuo, China
McDonald’s Airplane in Taupo, New Zealand
World’s Biggest McDonald’s Olympic Park in London, England
McDonald’s on Piac utca in Debrecen, Hungary
McDonald’s in Higashiomi, Shiga, Japan
McDonald’s on the Las Vegas Strip, Nevada, USA
Gotta stock up before hitting the clubs man!
Colonial McDonald’s in Independence, Ohio
McDonald’s in Paris, France
McDonald’s in Porto, Portugal
Sand Lake Road McDonald’s in Orlando, Florida, USA
McDonald’s on the Water in Aswan, Egypt
McDonald’s River Boat on the Mississippi River, St. Louis, MO
Retro McDonald’s in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, USA
McDonald’s in Ohrid, Macedonia
McDonald’s in Downtown Hangzhou, China
McDonald’s in Hameln, Lower Saxony, Germany
McDonald’s Drive Thru in Ulsan, South Korea
McDonald’s in Freeport, Maine, USA
Cast Iron McDonald’s on Canal Street, New York City, USA
McDonald’s Barnhouse in Yellowstone, Montana, USA
McDonald’s in Tbilisi, Georgia
McDonald’s on Eastern Long Island, USA
McDonald’s in Bray Town Hall, Ireland
McDonald’s in Lindau, Germany
McDonald’s in Chinatown, New York City, USA
McDonald’s in Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia
McDonald’s on Spanish Broadway (Gran Via) in Madrid, Spain
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