The new McDonald's restaurant at Wicks and Main Street in the Billings Heights can handle lots of customers at the drive-up window.
Plush booth seating is one of the features at the new Heights McDonald's.
Stools and round tables line one window at the new Heights McDonald's.
Owner Pat Newberry, left, and manager Travis Landers are pictured in the new McDonald's restaurant.
McDonald’s world-famous drive-thru eats busy mornings for breakfast.
After lengthy negotiations between two jumbo corporations, four acres next to the Walgreens at Wicks Lane and Main Street in the Heights are destined to house a McDonald’s restaurant soon.
Construction equipment is parked on a site along Main Street in Billings Heights that was slated for multi-family housing. That project is on hold, but a second McDonald's Restaurant will be built next door by Walgreens at Main and Wicks Lane.
Two men were arrested Friday after they got into a fight in the parking lot of a Billings restaurant.
The construction work going on at North 11th Street and Grand Avenue is to build an expanded parking lot for the neighboring McDonald’s restaurant. The site sits across from Tarantino’s Pizzeria and the Barber Shop.
The proliferation of restaurants in Billings, a need for health insurance for his family and dwindling profit margins convinced Rick Newkirk to close his Quizno’s Subs business at 2564 King Ave. W.
McDonald’s is out and Subway is in at the two Billings Wal-Mart stores, and the local franchise owners are happy.
Kevin Perreault hauls cooler shelving into a new Subway restaurant where McDonald's used to be in the Heights Wal-Mart. He and co-owner Steven Barkley will be opening the Heights store Friday morning and will open another Subway in the West End Wal-Mart in about three weeks.
Customers line up in the McDonald's Restaurant drive-through in Sidney in November. A labor shortage forced the owner to close the dining room most days.
You can’t measure the losses if you don’t know them.
BUTTE - Work to demolish a Butte restaurant destroyed by fire last month is under way.
BUTTE — The owner of the Butte McDonald's destroyed by fire earlier this week says he plans to keep his employees working while rebuilding the restaurant and he hopes to have it reopened by the end of the summer.
BUTTE - Butte-Silver Bow fire officials say an electrical problem with a freezer appears to be the cause of a fire that destroyed the McDonald's restaurant in Butte.
McDonald's on Harrison Avenue in Butte burns Tuesday afternoon.
A fire that started in the attic of the McDonald's Restaurant on Harrison Avenue Tuesday afternoon and destroyed the business appears to be accidental.