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New McDonald's Drink Concept Coming To DFW

The beverage-focused concept specializes in unique, customizable drinks and snack-sized food items

This week, McDonald’s unveiled CosMc’s, a new small-format, beverage-focused concept that the fast food brand says will be making its way to the Dallas-Fort Worth area sometime next year.

Currently in the testing phase, CosMc’s specializes in out-of-this-world drink creations and smaller, snack-worthy food items that are perfect for hungry customers looking for a quick bite.

CosMc’s drink menu consists of specialty lemonades and teas, unique blended beverages, cold coffees and more — some of the exciting concoctions announced include a Sour Cherry Energy Slush, S’mores Cold Brew, Sour Tango Lemonade and Blackberry Mint Green Tea, to name a few.

The “Mc-concept” places emphasis on beverage customization, allowing guests to add specialty ingredients such as boba, flavor syrups, energy shots and more to their drinks to make it a true one-of-a-kind experience.

On the food side of things, CosMc’s features an exciting mix of savory and sweet offerings like the Spicy Queso Sandwich, Pretzel Bites, Caramel Fudge Brownies and Blueberry Lemon Cookie Sundae, among others.

Along with the new snack additions, the McDonald’s venture will also offer a number of classic food items that are synonymous with the fast food brand, including Egg McMuffins and the M&M McFlurry.

Other features of the galaxy-inspired concept include dynamic menu boards, cashless payment systems, along with dedicated Drive Thru pickup windows that are assigned to guests once their orders are ready to grab.

Following a test CosMc’s that is scheduled to open in Bolingbrook, Illinois this month, McDonald’s says that it plans on opening around 10 pilot locations in the U.S. by the end of 2024, with mention of the concept blasting off into Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio during that time.

This means that Texans will get to enjoy the otherworldly offerings of CosMc’s in the near future, a prospect that should have fast food fans seeing stars.

CosMc's drink menu. (Photo courtesy of McDonald's)