The major brand announced on Wednesday (October 11) that its new venue with drive-thru, outdoor patio and self-order kiosks has opened in Northallerton.
The new restaurant at Radcliffe Court in the city has created around 100 full- and part-time jobs and will feature table service and digital drive-thru menu boards.
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The restaurant is open for dine-in, take-out, drive-thru and click & serve.
Opening times are seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The new franchise comes from local franchisee John Atherton, who already has locations in Thirsk, York and several other locations.
John Atherton, who now owns and operates eight McDonald’s restaurants in North Yorkshire, said: “We are delighted to be opening another brand new McDonald’s restaurant in Northallerton and can’t wait to see how both new and old local customers enjoy our services.” on offer.
“People are at the heart of our company and we look forward to welcoming new employees to the jobs our restaurant will create.”
“We are committed to investing in opportunities for a mix of all ages, stages of life and backgrounds, and promoting flexibility and equality.”
The restaurant is close to the A1 and A19, meaning the people of Darlington are just 20 minutes away.
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Before the Northallerton restaurant was built, people in Northallerton had 25 minutes to get to the Leeming Bar McDonald’s.
In addition to the features you would normally see at McDonald’s, the brand new fast food restaurant also offers several environmental features:
- Roof-mounted solar panels to support on-site renewable energy production.
- Fully modular building allowing for future reuse of the building.
- Wooden window frames and partitions have replaced the traditional aluminum and steel frames.
- Wall writing made from recycled materials (including McDonald’s own coffee grounds)