As someone who has definitely spent their fair share of time in fast food joints in their life, I gotta say that I’ve never stepped foot into one as cool as the restaurants in the photos you’re about to see.
Where have these places been all my life?!?!
We’re about to explore some posts from a Twitter account called “Nonstandard McDonald’s” that show all kinds of weird, wacky, and unique McDonald’s restaurants all over the world.
Who knew there were so many different ones out there?!?! I sure didn’t…
Let’s take a look at some unusual spots where folks can order up Big Macs, Quarter Pounders, and milkshakes…if the machine isn’t broken, of course…
1. This is so cool!
For bees only…
the smallest mcdonald's – "mchive" (2019)
originally constructed in sweden; current location unknown
active (for bees only; inaccessible to humans)
submission by byron kan pic.twitter.com/WYH9HPQ2rU
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) October 29, 2020
2. Just like a wild kingdom.
Looks like fun!
dallas zoo mcdonald's (date unknown)
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) September 28, 2020
3. Flying high in the sky.
Never seen anything like this before…
airplane mcdonald's (1990)
taupo, new zealand
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) September 19, 2020
4. Dinosaurs for the win!
How cool is this place?
in 2020, a group known as christians against dinosaurs petitioned for the removal of this location's dinosaur statues. the franchise owner stood firm in response; no plans are in place to remove the dinosaurs.
recently, the t-rex at this location has been spotted wearing a mask. pic.twitter.com/W4G3gtPCwb
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) October 8, 2020
5. Inside the zoo.
Eat and check out some creatures while you’re at it.
crocodile mcdonald's (date unknown)
lisbon zoo, lisbon, portugal
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) December 2, 2020
6. Take a break from the slopes.
You’re gonna need some energy!
mcski (date unknown, possibly early 90's)
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) August 23, 2020
7. This is amazing.
Probably the coolest one out there.
martinstor tower mcdonald's (date unknown)
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) September 18, 2020
8. Looks like a lodge on the inside.
bray town hall mcdonald's (1997)
bray, co. wicklow, ireland
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) August 26, 2020
9. Are those Super Size?
Sign me up!
giant fries and soda mcdonald's (date unknown)
las vegas, nv
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) November 12, 2020
10. Sadly, this one is gone now.
But it was pretty stylish!
a&s plaza mcdonald's (early 90's)
manhattan mall (formerly a&s plaza), nyc
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) August 3, 2020
11. A very unusual entry.
I’m loving it!
the interior of this location features unusual decor, including faux brick arch portals, chandeliers, a false cathedral ceiling, and murals of what may be california wine country pic.twitter.com/1eRKYQtNqH
— nonstandard mcdonald's (@nonstandardmcd) November 3, 2020
How about you?
What do you think is the most unusual fast food joint you’ve ever been to before?
Talk to us in the comments. And share some pics if you have them!