Next time you walk into McDonald's, don't be shocked if it looks a bit like a Panera or Starbucks.
Cincinnati area McDonald's are rolling out major upgrades, updating their look and giving customers new ways to order, the most prominent being giant touch screen kiosks in the middle of the restaurant.
So we went inside one McDonald's that just made the conversion, to see how customers are reacting to the new digital changes.
We saw employees with lots of patience showing customers how to us the new electronic kiosks, in a newly renovated restaurant on North Bend Road in Cincinnati's Monfort Heights neighborhood.
Customer Jean Yinger said it was like using an extra large phone (a very large phone).
"I think it will take a little getting used to, but it'll be awesome," she said.
Her granddaughter Evelyn was more impressed.
"It was really fun," she said, even though she had trouble reaching the top of the screen.
Major investment in restaurants
It's all part of a massive re-investment by McDonald's, adding kiosks to 4,000 stores this year, along with new counters and updated decor.