Inside One Of The World'S Fanciest McDonald'S - And It Even Serves A Very Posh Dish
Pretty much everyone has been inside a McDonald's at least once in their lives, and lots of us go there a bit more than we probably should.
Even if you're not a fan of those delicious burgers, the fast food giant's branding is absolutely everywhere so there's no avoiding it.
Most of the company's thousands of restaurants look very similar, with the same decor, furniture and layout.
But there's one branch in America that's very, very different.
The Freeport McDonald's in Maine was built in a mansion once owned by William Gore, a prominent merchant in the town, reports Business Insider .
Not everyone in the town was happy about having a McDonald's there, so the company was only given the go-ahead if bosses kept Gore House in keeping with the town's unique look.
Speaking back in 1984 Stephen Leroy, manager of the McDonald's media team, said: "What we are doing there is something we probably have never done before in terms of design and the amount of time and effort involved.
"We are willing to spend the money to make it compatible with the area, the history, the community and the people who live there."
Photos of the unusual restaurant have been shared on Imgur , and people are loving the unique look.
The dining room is fitted out with proper wooden dining tables and chairs, potted plants and traditional style blinds.
However they condiments area looks more familiar with the same sauce dispensers and drink machines you can see across American branches.
And it's not just the decor that's a lot fancier than normal, it also serves up some posh dishes.
As well as your normal Big Mac and chicken nugget meals, diners can also tuck into a lobster roll.