The World’s Fanciest McDonald’s

Instead of the typical yellow arches and burgers and fries, the McDonald’s at the Piazza Di Spagna in Rome has a slightly different vibe, from the chic black-and-white decor to the posh cakes it sells. Approaching the fast-food restaurant, you will find a Romanesque statue to the left of the entrance. Inside, one wall is covered in colorful tiles, while another depicts a carved stone tablet. It also contains a McCafe area, which sells a selection of fancy cakes, donuts, tarts, and even macarons. While they still sell typical McDonald’s fare, including the Big Mac, McNuggets and fries, this location also sells Italian fare that includes Barilla pasta, caprese salad, and deep-fried mozzarella, zucchini and cauliflower. The average meal, however, will run you around $15, a little pricier than in the U.S.