Not all McDonald's are built the same

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Sameness has its good points and bad when it comes to fast-food restaurants.

It can be comforting to walk into a fast-food restaurant and get pretty much the same meal in Chicago as in Sante Fe and in Atlanta. And the same signs and building designs can make it easy to spot your favorite restaurant from blocks away.

What’s bad about sameness? Once you’ve spotted your favorite restaurant and walked inside to get that same-tasting meal, you can’t tell whether you’re in Chicago, Sante Fe or Atlanta.

For some different-looking McDonald’s restaurants, check out TheDailyMeal.com‘s photos of the “19 coolest” McDonald’s.


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