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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology
Technology

4 potential game changers from restaurants’ tech summit

Tesla is looking to make restaurants a part of its business plan, and that was only one of the revelations from FSTEC's first day.

Technology

Blue Hill co-owner launches food-tech venture capital fund

The restaurateur raised $30 million to support companies looking to improve the hospitality industry.

Today, customers merely have to say what they want, without any pesky humans interfering as the request is dispatched to the kitchen in a readable form.

Providing the right audio or video programming for your customers can go a long way. With the staggering number of entertainment choices available today, it’s easy to find one tailored to your operation and your budget.

Can you say digital tablet? Even though the mjaority of restaurants have yet to incorporate technology in their operations, consumers are very interested in the latest technology applications when dining out, according to a new study by Technomic

In-house cooking classes have long been a way for restaurant chefs to connect with consumers. With the official launch of Google Helpout at the end of November, chefs and restaurateurs now have a new option to reach potential guests across the miles.

Add Red Robin to the list of casual-dining chains that will invite customers to pay for their meals via a tabletop device.

Restaurateurs beware. While all major commercial providers offer it, cyber liability insurance typically is not included in a general liability policy.

Counting Danny Meyer as an investor, Umi Kitchen cracks the delivery-only restaurant code for using amateur cooks.

We asked some leading restaurant innovators where the industry’s increasing reliance on data will lead. These are their predictions for the decade ahead.

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