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A closer look at Burger King’s ‘Restaurant of Tomorrow’ designs

Brand provides glimpse at two models that adapt to new technology, coronavirus pandemic changes

Burger King today unveiled two new “Restaurant of Tomorrow” designs that adapt to consumer changes in the coronavirus pandemic and gibe with the brand’s advancements.

The quick-service burger brand, a division of Toronto-based Restaurants Brands International Inc., expects the first domestic version of the two new looks to be built in Miami in 2021, but it is developing aspects of the new COVID-19 Age design in some existing restaurants.

Other plans for the “Restaurant of Tomorrow” designs, one called “Next Level” and the other “Your Way,” (pictured above) are in Latin America and the Caribbean, a spokesperson said.

Restaurant Brands International has more than 27,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries and U.S. territories.

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