Spas, lounges and liquor: The future of fast food chains is looking peculiar

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A Starbucks cup and glass of wine at a Starbucks restaurant.

If you’ve ever wanted to work up a nice sweat after eating a Whopper and a side of fries, a new Burger King has you covered. Recently, a Burger King outfitted with a spa has opened in Helsinki, Finland, CNN reported. It includes a 15-seat sauna, shower, locker room and a media lounge with televisions and gaming consoles.

While that might sound strange, it’s another example in a string of changes and innovations to classic fastfood brands, as they attempt to adapt to the trend of fast-casual eateries.

Last year, Taco Bell began selling liquor at a location in Chicago. This year the taco chain, known mostly for its hyper-cheap fare, will unveil a new design for its restaurants. The interiors of four current restaurants in Orange County, Calif., will be transformed by Mission Revival-esque architecture — exposed wooden beams with dangling light fixtures, white walls and community seating. The wood will all be reclaimed from California ports, and the locations will be lit by LED lights. They’ll include outdoor dining areas and cushioned furniture. Four additional restaurants sharing this design will open later in the year.

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