McDonald's rolls out touch screens, table service

500 stores already upgraded in FL, NY, CA

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The American food chain is making changes to stay competitive.

McDonald's plans to start offering table service as well as touch screen ordering and mobile pay options. The company has even announced changes to its interior design.

500 restaurants have already been upgraded in Florida, New York and Southern California. Meanwhile stores in San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Washington D.C. and Seattle will see changes early 2017.