McDonald’s reopens five restaurants in Dnipro, two more to reopen in May
McDonald's restaurant in Dnipro (Photo:McDonald's press service)
In a sign that some prewar norms are returning, McDonald’s reopened five restaurants in the central Ukrainian regional capital of Dnipro on April 25, the company reported.
The restaurants are now open in various parts of the city.
The 5 Storomostova Sq. location near the Dnipro railway station is convenient for Dnipro residents and guests of the city. T
he 128 Haharina Ave. location is a favorite for Dnipro youth as its located near several educational institutions.
The 2-B Heroiv Ave. and 2-B Kondratiuka St. locations serve Dnipro citizens in the embankment and recreation districts of Dnipro.
The fifth location reopened at 1-A Slobozhanskyi Ave.
All facilities are open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and adhere to advanced safety rules.
Namely, in the event of an air raid alert, employees will quickly complete all production processes, issue paid orders, and close the facility to allow staff and visitors to evacuate to the nearest shelter. Restaurants will resume work one hour after the air raid alert is canceled, as time is required for staff to turn on and set-up equipment and prepare for work.
The restaurants reserve the right to limit visitors should there be early increased demand to allow the updated safety procedures to work more effectively.
Meals can be purchased at the counter, through self-service terminals, or through drive-thru. Glovo and Bolt Food will resume McDonald’s delivery in early May.
Owing to supply chain and warehousing difficulties, the Dnipro restaurants will initially offer a limited menu, which will gradually expand. Two further Dnipro restaurants, at 2 Hlinky Str. and 17 Nyzhniodniprovska Str., will reopen in early May.
McDonald’s started reopening its restaurants in southern and eastern Ukraine on March 28. Nine restaurants resumed work in the city of Odesa and Odesa Oblast.
The company has now reopened 83 restaurants throughout Ukraine.
McDonald’s in Ukraine has suffered over UAH 2 billion ($54 million) in losses in 2022, said the company’s 2022 financial report.
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