one of the fast-food chain’s
more famous locations .
looks absolutely nothing like the classic red-and-yellow brick-and-mortars we’ve come to know and love — and for good reason.
Photos of the Mickey D’s in
Freeport, Maine, are turning heads on Twitter.
after a user pointed out the exterior of the restaurant looks more “like a funeral home”
than a place to pick up some afternoon french fries.
Business Insider notes the Freeport McDonald’s was
built inside the Gore House, a historic 150-year-old mansion, in 1984
and is, in fact, the only franchise location in the posh seaside town.
Twitter users began sharing photos of
other unique McDonald’s restaurants around the world — and some of them are legitimately insane.
In Taupo, New Zealand, there’s a Mickey D’s shaped like a legitimate aircraft
(yes, you can sit and eat inside the plane).
In Barstow, Calif., there’s a Mickey D’s designed to
look like a railroad station, where diners can sit and
eat in refurbished train cars (the caboose is the bathroom).
And in Vinita, Okla., a massive McDonald’s serves as a highway overpass that crosses I-44