They tested it for nearly a year, ad now they are rolling it out nationally. From: THE EATER (honest!) McDonald's Is Rolling Out Table Service Nationwide The food will stay mediocre as ever, though by Virginia Chamlee Nov 17, 2016, 4:00pm EST McDonald’s is doubling down on its “McDonald’s of the Future” stores, which are outfitted with touch-screen kiosks that allow for more customization of orders and, (this is the bigger news) offer table service. Soon, all McDonald’s U.S. stores will fall in line with this model... More: McDonald's Is Rolling Out Table Service Nationwide # # # I ate at one newly constructed restaurant today, but I was still able to order over the counter, through a cashier. Then, she gave me a plastic "table tee-pee" (that's my term for it) so my waitress (my term, also) could locate me for delivery. I do not know how I could have marked myself for delivery if I had completed the transaction through the kiosk. I'm sure that the over-the-counter order placement alternative will remain available for years, and probably forever, but the bummer for me today was that since I wasn't given my register receipt, I could not fill out the two minute "PROMO" customer satisfaction survey, using the receipt's unique entry code that I complete every day that gets me a second Egg McMuffin for free ($3.39 to $3.79 regular price). Since I do that nearly every day, I get about a thousand dollars worth of free sandwiches a year. I am scrambling to maintain my freeloader status. For now, I imagine I could simply ask for my receipt, as that is a normal practice for those who can submit it for reimbursement, or I could order it as a takeout, as those customers got printed receipts with the PROMO offer printed on it, but still eat the food in their dining room, but since the customer survey asked about customizations I had ordered, it is possible they have been surveying the customers for the last couple of years just to gather date to help shape the new operational model and that freebie will be gone.