Ordering will get easier at this local McDonald’s, like many in the region. Here’s how.

The McDonald’s store at 2210 S. Limestone. JEFF GUERINI / STAFF

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The McDonald’s store at 2210 S. Limestone. JEFF GUERINI / STAFF

A Springfield McDonald’s restaurant closed for parts of this week for interior upgrades that include new ordering kiosks and other services that are being added to the site.

The McDonald’s store at 2210 S. Limestone was closed for renovations Wednesday night and will also be closed from 9 p.m. tonight to 5 a.m. tomorrow, according to a sign posted at the restaurant’s entrance.

“We’re putting the conveniences and fun of McDonald’s Experience of the Future in this restaurant for customers to enjoy,” said Matthew Krajkowski, a supervisor for corporate-owned McDonald’s restaurants in southern Ohio in an email to the News-Sun.

“Inside, customers will find new ordering kiosks where they can choose and customize their favorites at their pace, and Table Service can bring their food and beverages right to them. Outside, customers can use Mobile Order and Pay through the McDonald’s app to place their orders and pick them up through curbside service. Of course, there’s still the drive-thru and front counter if guests prefer those options.”

This is the first significant renovation at that particular restaurant in about seven years, Krajkowski said. Kiosks have already been added at 2328 East Main Street and 708 Scioto Street. The restaurant at 2994 Derr Road is expected to install kiosks in the next month or so, he said.

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