The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Survey shows strong restaurant support for NYC delivery fee cap

Nine out of 10 restaurants say they need the cap in order to remain profitable, according to a study by the New York City Hospitality Alliance.


Toast adds a 99-cent fee for customers who order online

The fee on orders of $10 or more is intended to help Toast cover its own costs as it aims to become EBITDA profitable this year.

Tech Check: The YouTuber’s massive following helped build MrBeast Burger. But that kind of influence can cut both ways.

The three approved suppliers have celebrity chefs lined up to introduce cultured poultry to the American consumer.

In now-deleted tweets, the YouTube star said quality-control problems with the virtual band are hurting his image. But shutting it down entirely may be out of his hands.

The pizza giant is adding “pinpoint delivery,” enabling customers to get their food delivered to locations without a typical address.

A new report from McKinsey found that generative AI will be handling half of all work activities in the not-so-distant future. That could include some restaurant tasks.

The company is ironing out complexities that resulted from acquiring Wisely and launching a payments product. It’s also hiring a COO.

Tech Check: Overhauls at Olo, Grubhub and Nextbite signal the end of the pandemic tech boom, and the need for more responsible growth.

With Seat & Send, customers’ food and drink orders are fired as soon as they sit down.

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