Boston’s McDonald’s restaurant is to close for more than a month next year as it undergoes a digital re-vamp.
The eatery in Queen Street will close on March 20 for the work, re-opening on April 25.
In the interim, self-order kiosks will be installed.
These will allow customers to browse the menu, look at nutritional information, and personalise their meals.
Table service will also be introduced in a bid to cut out the stress of finding somewhere to sit when carrying food.
A spokesman for the firm said the makeover will see new jobs created for the area.
Franchisee Martin Cuthbert said: “As an active member of the community I am keen to invest in the local area and I am looking forward to the transformation of the McDonald’s in Boston as it will improve the restaurant experience for our customers.”
During the refurbishment period employees will have a number of options, Mr Cuthbert added – from training, to working at nearby stores, while some will use it as an opportunity to take annual leave, he said.