The McDonald’s ® Restaurant in Ashland reopened its doors Thursday, July 28 after undergoing a complete rebuild this summer to improve the customer experience.
The renovations include a number of features.
The new restaurant no longer shares space with the gas station/convenience store and is a standalone location with its own restrooms.
The updated lobby features modernized seating for up to 60 guests, a dramatic increase from the 25-seat limit previously in place.
The single drive-thru lane was replaced with a dual drive-thru, which will help serve customers quicker. In the old configuration, the single drive-thru window acted as the place where customers paid for and received their orders. That single window was
replaced with three windows – one for payment, one for order pick-up and a third window for overflow traffic when orders take longer to complete, which will improve wait times.
The restaurant features a fresh and vibrant décor, a flat-screen TV and free WiFi.
There are new digital menu boards, which will make for an easier ordering experience for dine-in customers.
McDonald’s ® is the largest and best-known global foodservice retailer, with more than 30 stores in the Columbia-Jefferson City area. More than 85 percent of McDonald’s restaurants in the United States are owned and operated by independent, local businessmen and women. The Ashland location is owned and operated by Mark and Kate Mehle. It is managed by Matt Warne and supervised by Robyn Shire.