McDonald’s Opens An Upscale Cafe In Paris

McDonald’s Opens An Upscale Cafe In Paris
Food & Beverage

At the fast food chain's new eatery diners will find macchiatos and macaroons instead of its signature burgers

Laura Yan
  • 22 september 2016

McDonald’s has opened a McCafé in Paris that doesn’t resemble the typical fast food franchise: it’s modeled after a boutique coffee shop with an open kitchen and cafe-style tables that can seat up to 30 patrons. The McCafé doesn’t have the bright M logo on the outside; it has a pared down, black exterior with a clean interior to resemble that of any Starbucks branch. There are absolutely no burgers or fries in sight.

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