Join Untapped New York for a tour of the remnants of gritty Times Square. Between the musicals and hotels, remnants of its seedy past lurk.
With more than 360,000 pedestrians passing through Times Square everyday, it is no wonder stores have added a little extra to their usual signage.
For Day 16, Banksy has created a fiberglass replica of a sad Ronald McDonald having his shoes shined by a real person outside a McDonald's in the South Bronx.
In urban renewal, gorgeous old buildings are sometimes re-used with a modern twist. Charlotte Vallance illustrates a McDonald's on London's North Circular.
Originally built for function rather than style, some of the first burger joints in the city are still around, still serving their purpose after all these years and continuing to change the concept of fast food and the American diet.
This week, we head to a restaurant called 'McDonalds' to answer the burning question, Just how Asian IS that Sweet N' Sour sauce?