The world’s fanciest McDonald’s is housed in a 150-year-old colonial house and even sells lobster rolls.
At first glance, one might mistake the McMansion for a fine-dining restaurant.
Even when you walk in, it’s hard to believe that this is the same fast food chain that everyone loves.
With wooden furniture, beautiful fireplaces, and mahogany banquettes, this McDonald’s will make anyone think it’s a fancy tavern.
Even though the menu doesn’t feature expensive steaks and fine wines, it still has excellent dishes to offer.
In addition to the well-known Big Macs and chicken nuggets, you can also treat yourself to lobster rolls in summer.
When McDonald’s decided to open in Newport in 1984, the city wasn’t happy with the fast food giant ruining its aesthetic.
Strict restrictions on building design meant that McDonald’s had to abandon its signature colors and architecture.
The fast food chain obliged and redesigned an existing structure to better fit into the city.
They chose the Gore House, with its charming shutters and white columns, built in 1850 by a wealthy local merchant.
McDonald’s fit in so well that you might even miss it when you pass by these days.
The fast food restaurant even ditched its famous golden arch that caught everyone’s attention.
It is one of the few restaurants without a single McDonald’s yellow arch in sight.
But it’s not the only posh McDonald’s in the world, as the other one is in Rome and features hand-carved statues at the entrance.
With over 40,000 restaurants around the world, McDonald’s undoubtedly has some bizarre locations and interesting buildings in different countries.
One such restaurant serves food straight from an abandoned plane in New Zealand.
Another extraordinary location has been named the “most stunning” McDonald’s in the world as it serves food right on the beach with stunning sea views.
But the largest restaurant to date is in Orlando, Florida and even features a massive arcade, gaming area and an exclusive pizza menu.