I've never eaten at this particular McDonald's location, but I know the restaurant fairly well given its unique build-out and location in Manhattan. This McDonald's sat at the corner of 33rd and 34th Streets on 10th Avenue. What made this McDonald's unique to other McDonald's in the city was that not only was this one 2-stories, but it also incorporated a drive-thru as well (except for 1 other, you sort of have to drive outside of Manhattan to get a drive-thru).
Anyway, I always liked this shining beacon of light on 10th Avenue. It was open 24/7 and helped anchor the area before the entire Hudson Yards project started. I'm not sure what the plans are for this lot now, but it sure is sad to see it so dark and fenced off. My guess is that eventually this space will also be a high-rise like the rest of Manhattan's West Side. What a shame really. But I guess it's inevitable in a city where real estate is highly coveted.
Anyway, here are some photos of what's left if you go there right now. No more burgers, but at least a few lights are still on.