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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

How a Dallas restaurateur plans to open the highest-grossing ghost kitchen in the U.S.

Oomi Digital Kitchen will build on the traditional delivery-only model with a co-packing business and a focus on group orders.


Botrista lands fresh investment for drink-mixing robot, hires Jason Valentine

The former Zoup president will lead strategy as the startup looks to grow behind $55 million in funding.

The robotic arm now sports a set of googly eyes and a dance routine, part of an effort to make the technology more engaging for guests.

But the company, which is not yet profitable, will have to convince investors of its vision for a more automated industry.

The chain’s three existing brands, plus two new ones, will live under one digital roof at Bite Hall, where customers can order from all five at once.

Operators that use Toast or Clover can now create an account directly through their POS systems and with "just a few clicks."

Chipotle tests more advanced kitchen management system and technology to locate guests.

When it comes to television programming and sports in restaurants, the benefits are undeniable: Customers come in for specific programming they want to see, often bringing bigger dining parties, spending more and leaving more satisfied overall.

The software will connect third-party delivery channels directly to Wendy’s POS system as the chain looks to grow its digital business.

Tech Check: What began as an easy way to boost revenues has become a big, sophisticated business. Here are three questions that will define the future of delivery-only concepts.

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