The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

First Watch adopts waitlist-management app

The new technology enables customers to compare the wait times at units in their area, put their name on the list, and then monitor the time at which they’ll be seated.


Restaurant Business tests third-party delivery services

Here's what we found during a head-to-head comparison of third-party deliverers like Postmates and UberEats.

A gathering of forward-thinking techies predicts what the not-to-distant future might look like for restaurant operators.

Experts say the hacking could be one of the largest to date.

Managing Editor Sara Rush takes a look at the intersection of off-premise and tech.

This executive chef keeps guests entertained with fish apps that put sustainability info at the user’s fingertips.

Last October, Hash House A Go Go—known for its “twisted farm food”—launched a free smartphone app, part of an integrated marketing strategy that leverages the concept’s Facebook and Twitter platforms, while delivering menu, specials and location information.

In restaurants, the virtual currency is a novelty—for now.

Foodservice manufacturers introduced an array of new equipment at last week’s NAFEM Show in Anaheim, much of it boasting digital controls and “smart” operating systems.

Customers at Sweetgreen test stores can only use an app or a credit card.

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