Burger King is redesigning its restaurants for the COVID-19 era.
The fast-food chain has unveiled two new “touchless” restaurant designed aimed at limiting person-to-person contact.
The restaurants feature multiple drive-thru lanes with food delivered directly to your car by conveyor belt. Another design includes expanded outdoor seating and a walk-up window.
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The new designs also take up 60 percent less space, allowing more room for drive-thru customers. They’ll make their first appearance next year in Miami, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
Is this what restaurants will look like in the future? Is touch-free takeout service the new ‘normal’?