One of the great things about McDonald's is that no matter what location you go to, you always not what to expect. Most locations look exactly the same, inside and out. Which is why the twitter acount @nonstandardmcd is so delightful. It showcases the weirdest, most unique McDonald's locations from across the globe. There are McDonald's that were former homes and McDonald's in the shape of riverboats. Be sure to follow @nonstandardmcd to keep up-to-date on the latest in non-standard McDonald's.
Queenstown, SingaporeGreat place for a Big Mac?
Riverboat McDonald's, St. Louis, MO
not actually a riverboat, but instead a structure modeled after a paddlewheel steamboat built on top of a barge. this floating mcdonald's predates the "mcbarge" constructed for expo '86 in vancouver (which will be addressed later). pic.twitter.com/JBX9K2cSpp— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) July 16, 2020Great place for a Big Mac?
Barstow Station, Barstow, CA
barstow station, opened in 1975, never served as an actual rail station. instead, it is merely a railroad-themed shopping center, utilizing multiple converted train cars as dining areas. pic.twitter.com/2kDAGbN7ey— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) July 22, 2020Great place for a Big Mac?
Sydney Airport, Sydney, Australia
purchasing at this mcdonald's is automated; food is then prepared in the kitchen, located in the yellow glass enclosure above, and lowered to ground level via a conveyor system (pictured) pic.twitter.com/62p7GWXWy5— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) July 14, 2020Great place for a Big Mac?