McDonald’s in Europe are different, the economists explain, and not just because in France a Quarter Pounder with Cheese is known as a Royal Cheese. “Unlike in North America and in some other parts of the world, McDonald’s restaurants are considered in Europe to be a symbol of cosmopolitanism and a modern urban lifestyle among the young rather than simply a caterer of fast food to low income people,” they write.
Comment: Image Source: My Trip to Paris. Meanwhile in Wisconsin: What's it like to eat 25,000 Big Macs? Ask Don Gorske. I like Big Macs. Our Plymouth McDonald's has great service. I would like to buy McDonald's stock (on my potential buy list)