Brixton McDonald’s Closes to Undergo Digital Transformation

Next month will see the McDonald’s on Brixton Road temporarily shut for an exciting new refurbishment following investment from franchisee Terry Eagle.  The restaurant is scheduled to close on 7 February and will open again for business on 3 March.

The changes in the store will focus on providing customers with more choice as to how they order and pay, adapting how the food is prepared and served and offering new technological features to create an environment that is even more welcoming and enjoyable. Digital innovation is at the heart of the transformation, with self-order kiosks, free-to-use tablets and a striking new layout for customers to enjoy.

As well as investing in the Brixton Road restaurant, Terry has started off the month by donating high visibility jackets to security staff at bars and clubs in the local area. The jackets have been provided to make sure security staff are easily visible to members of the public in an event that their assistance is needed.  In total, 120 jackets have been handed out by Terry and his staff alongside local police, Brixton Business Improvement District, and Safer Lambeth Business Crime Reduction Partnership.

Franchisee, Terry Eagle comments: “As an active member of the community I am keen to invest in the local area and am pleased that the transformation of the McDonald’s on Brixton Road will improve the restaurant experience for our customers. In the meantime, my staff and I at Brixton McDonald’s will continue to partner with local stakeholders to ensure Brixton remains a great place to work, live, and socialise.”