Vintage drive thrus
Back when McDonald’s was still in the early phases of business, they didn’t have classy diners for its burger-loving clientele. Instead, to push their fast-food agenda, the restaurant mainly focused on drive-thru service and ordering at a window. Also, there weren’t in-store playgrounds back then, so kids went to McD’s for the food and nothing else.
During these times, all you had to do was drive up to a window and place an order. But as time went on, management decided to design restaurants that would keep people there for longer while also ordering more food. If you to see how McDonald’s used to operate, just head on over to a town called Downey in downtown LA.