Nonstandard McDonald's Documents the Weirdest McDonald's Restaurants From Around the World

Who says that all McDonald’s restaurants look the same? Though many if not most McDonald’s restaurants across the world have a similar if not uniform look, there are certain locations that are, well, non-standard. From being housed in ragged structures to having an odd decor, there are McDonald’s restaurants that have their own sense of unique identity, especially when compared to the usual aesthetic employed by the fast-food chain. And now, there’s a Twitter account to keep track of them all.

Twitter account nonstandardmcd accepts submissions of unusual McDonald's restaurants from Internet users (both active locations and places that are no longer there) and posts them on their account to share with the world. From a McDonald’s branch covered in plywood to different locations with unique statues in front of their establishments, one will certainly be pleasantly surprised with the varying designs these locations have! 

Image credit: @ericthomaschu, all via @nonstandardmcd

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Ridout Tea Garden McDonald's in Queensway, Singapore

Image: @marklincadet

Modernist McDonald's in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Image: @reeseovine

Astronaut McDonald's near NASA Space Center in Houston, Texas

Amish McDonald's in Sugarcreek, Ohio

Image: @GoodKarmaSam

Model Railroad McDonald's near Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California

Image: @Arcad3n

Gothic Cellar McDonald's near St. Florian's Gate in Krakow, Poland

UFO McDonald's (1993) in Alconbury, Cambridgeshire, England (demolished)

Bank McDonald's in Markensgate, Kristiansand, Norway

Sanfang Qixiang McDonald's in Fuzhou, China

Adobe McDonald's in Taos, New Mexico

Brutalist McDonald's in Quincy, Massachusetts

And lastly, the Single Arch McDonald's in Montrose, Colorado

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