great service, crappy upper-management. first of all, Viva McDonald's on the las vegas strip is probably a whole different style kind of mickey-d's you'll ever walk into, thats for sure. with a great big lobby, media center and wi-fi hotspot, its exceptional. but the upper-management has a serious problem with crew members and i know this cause i was recently employed there. i say recently because they fired me over a 2 dollar cash discrempacy, not followin rules and regulations they just kicked me to the curb, and im not braggin or anything but i was one of the hardest workers who was willin to stay and make sure my shifts responsiblilites were completed. i was the main truck unloaded spendind about an hour and a half in the freezer movin boxes and unloadin upwards of over 100 cases to be put in the freezer before they could thaw at all, this mcdonalds is great for people on the strip or toursits, its not a great place to call a job. thank you have a nice day.
Dressed-up 24-hour McDonald's restaurant has a modern cafe look..
Only in Las Vegas can a McDonald's restaurant be so over-the-top that it becomes a must-see attraction and a hipster hangout. Yes, you read that right; this 8,600-square-foot McDonald's is an upscale café. It offers diners free wireless Internet connectivity, espresso coffees including mochas, cappuccinos and lattes, and it's the first of the chain's restaurants playing the McDonald's Channel-featuring short vignettes of programs from the Discovery hannel, TLC, Animal Planet and Science Channel-on a 14-screen media ring suspended in the two-story, open ceiling dining room.
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