McDonald’s on Court Street gets updated, contemporary look
The Pasco McDonald’s on Court Street kicked off the new year with a new look.
The 6500-square-foot McDonald’s at 2202 W. Court St. features an upscale industrial contemporary theme in the main dining area, which includes comfortable variable height seating for groups, large families or individuals.
The decor also features sparkle tables, tables with touch-sensitive interactive lights, televisions and an indoor play area separate from the main dining area.
The Play Place features a gym-type obstacle course for the bigger kids and an area with music features for toddlers to enjoy. The area also has a coloring station and large booths for families and friends.
Free WiFi is available in all the dining rooms.
The Pasco eatery’s goal is to become a modern and progressive restaurant in the eyes of its customers.
The building started as a standard design from the corporate company and then was individualized for the community and expected sales. Several modifications were made for customer and employee comfort and functionality. The interior portfolio also was selected and modified with customers in mind.
The renovated restaurant, which opened Jan. 2, has seating for 160 customers.
It was rebuilt on the same site as the original Pasco McDonald’s, which opened in 1978.
Company officials say the restaurant caters to the young, old and everyone in between to provide a comfortable atmosphere for a quick breakfast, business lunch or relaxing family dinner.
McDonald’s offers healthy menu choices along with its iconic burgers and fries.
The Adams brothers (Lee and Scott) have been operating the McDonald’s in Pasco since 1987, when their father retired.
Adams Tri-Cities Enterprises will celebrate its 44th anniversary later this year as a franchisee of the McDonald’s restaurants in the Tri-Cities and is proud to be the local owners and operators of the No. 1 quick service restaurant in this area.
Scott Adams oversaw the design modifications and construction layout.