The owner of the McDonald’s restaurant located in Westchester did just that. The bear Family opened the doors, on Saturday, November 3, to their newly renovated restaurant, located at 31st St. and Wolf, for children and their families to enjoy a free face painting event.
Kids were thrilled to choose from various designs provided by Chicago face painting artist, Trish Page. Many Westchester kids left the restaurant on Saturday with smiles glued to their faces. Many of the kids that came in were from the local schools with which Bear works with for fundraisers and community support.
This courtesy event was all part of the Westchester McDonald’s Grand Re-Opening festivities. The event took place in the brand-new state of the art play place.
The restaurant features technology upgrades, that include full-service self-order Kiosk’s, table service, and of course Mobile Order & Pay and McDelivery available on Uber Eats. The technology upgrades, a part of the McDonald’s Corporation mobile platform expansion, enable the Bear Family Restaurants to “evolve with customers and bring the best dining experience to Westchester”.
“We’ve introduced many options for a more efficient and personal experience,” David Bear said.
“Customers can order by mobile app, they can visit curbside and we’ll run it out, as well as the existing traditional ways. They can pay in different ways and customize their food options in different ways. We’ve added more choice and variety to keep up with the growing changes and demands.”
“We are so proud to have this beautiful restaurant on 31st. St. and proud to be a part of the growing Westchester community.” Please stop in and sign up for our grand re-opening raffle and come to see us next week, Saturday, November 10 at noon for Magician Gary Kantor.
For more information about events provided by the Westchester McDonald’s, please contact Community Relations Director, Julie Travers at firstname.lastname@example.org