Historic McDonald’s in New Mexico Celebrates Grand Reopening

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The oldest McDonald’s in New Mexico, located in northeast Albuquerque, celebrated its grand reopening on Thursday with a fresh, modern look. This marks the third time the restaurant has been rebuilt since it first opened its doors in 1959.

Owner and operator Steve Aragon expressed excitement about the updated design aimed at streamlining operations and enhancing customer experience.

“We’re thrilled to bring a modern touch to this historic location while continuing to serve our community,” Aragon said. As per to the sources msn

As part of the reopening celebration, a portion of the profits made on Thursday and Friday will be donated to Locker 505 and Thunderbird Little League. These contributions underscore the restaurant’s ongoing commitment to supporting local organizations.

The updated McDonald’s features state-of-the-art kitchen equipment and a contemporary dining area, ensuring a faster and more enjoyable dining experience for customers.

The grand reopening drew in a crowd of long-time patrons and new visitors eager to see the revamped space.

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Community leaders and local celebrities attended the event, adding to the festive atmosphere.

The restaurant’s history and its new look were both points of pride and excitement for attendees.

With the grand reopening, the oldest McDonald’s in New Mexico continues to serve as a beloved fixture in Albuquerque, blending its rich history with modern conveniences.

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