By: Michael Cousineau, Union Leader
McChanges are coming to a McDonald's near you.
Paige Macken ordered vanilla shakes for her two children at the McDonald's on Brown Avenue, but she didn't need to talk with a person.
The Bedford mother used an electronic kiosk that featured pictures and prices.
"It was quick; we could see our order," Macken said during lunch last week.
Then she found out that her food would be delivered to her table. "It's a nice surprise," Macken said while Grace, 12, and Liam, 10, enjoyed lunch.
And if you don't want to leave your house, then six McDonald's restaurants in Greater Manchester recently started offering the option of having your Big Mac delivered to your home or office via Uber Eats.
Many restaurants are upping their game - whether it be with phone apps or delivery. Uber Eats announced last month its first five Manchester restaurants not named McDonald's.
And it's paying off quickly for some eateries.
USA Chicken & Biscuit on Elm Street has handled a big bounce in sales - between 200 and 300 delivery orders in the first 12 days customers could order through Uber Eats.
"It's doing good and getting better by the day," said the owner's son, Kareem Qahir. "It's extra revenue. We do $2,000 in sales a week (through Uber Eats)."
Wendy's has partnered with DoorDash to deliver orders in major cities, including Boston. DoorDash's website lists no New Hampshire communities.
Wendy's, during a May 9 presentation for its first-quarter earnings, said delivery service was available to more than 25 percent of its North American locations as of March.
DoorDash's website listed Wendy's, Burger King and Five Guys among its delivery options in parts of Boston.
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