Here’s what will replace the McDonald’s demolished this week in Fairfield

A McDonald’s restaurant demolished in Fairfield this week will be rebuilt into a new McDonald’s with new features.

The new location will open this summer at 563 Nilles Road with all the “Experience of the Future” amenities the fast-food giant is working to bring to all 18 of its Butler County restaurants, according to Phil Saken, communications & brand reputation manager for McDonald’s USA’s Ohio and Michigan regions.

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McDonald’s on Nilles Road in Fairfield was razed on Wednesday, April 4, and Thursday, April 5, 2018. The fast-food restaurant will be rebuilt and incorporate more modern features and technology.  (MICHAEL D. PITMAN/JOURNAL-NEWS)

“Experience of the Future” features include self-order kiosks in the dining room, digital menu boards in the drive-thru and Mobile Order & Pay with curbside service option using the McDonald’s mobile app.

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“All of this work is in the interest of building a better McDonald’s for our customers,” he said. “We’re transforming the brand and investing in the communities we serve for the long-term. Many of the additions customers will see at the restaurants intend to make their experience with McDonald’s fun, easy, convenient and, of course, delicious.”

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