McDonald's (MCD) Rolls Out Table Service Across All U.S. Stores
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Are you at a fancy restaurant or a fast food joint? Pretty soon it may be hard to tell. Today McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) announced it will be rolling out table service at all U.S. stores. Table service has already been available at 500 locations.
With the service McDonald's will bring food right to a customers table.
"Customers are getting increasingly demanding, and their expectations will only grow," CEO Steve Easterbrook said at an event Thursday.
McDonald's said the introduction of table service makes the dining-in experience more comfortable, relaxed, convenient and stress-free.
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