This McDonald’s Is Built Into An Old Colonial Home


This is in Freeport, ME, which is the headquarters of LL Bean, and the main street has basically turned into an outlet mall because of it. To keep the image up, the town has strict codes about the appearance of businesses on main street, and McDonald’s sort of one-upped what was asked of them. They also serve lobster rolls.

h/t: reddit, messynessychic


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