“Imagine going out to eat and never interacting with a server or cashier. You can do that at a new restaurant in New York City.
Eatsa is an automated restaurant in Midtown Manhattan. It opened as an East Coast anchor for a small chain that started in California.
There are no cashiers and you order on an iPad or your phone. The meal appears in a little locker. Customers tap to open the door for their meal.”
A restaurant without any servers or cashiers, and the human beings are in the kitchen unseen by the customers is the best dining experience I can imagine.
Servers have a penchant for ruining your meal at even the most luxurious dining establishments, they’re either overbearing asking you every minute if want your coffee refilled or they behave as if you are beneath their concern.
In these financially-trying times not having to add 15 percent tip to your meal is an enticement to eat out.
Easta sounds like heaven on Earth, except for the fact that all the food is vegetarian. An automated restaurant with a juicy burger and delicious fries appearing in a little locker is a fantastic idea.
Easta: A perfect dining option for misanthropes and cheapskates!