Restaurant replaces waiters with iPads

 
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Eatsa is a new restaurant that has opened in San Francisco that has no waiters. The customer orders on an iPad and when their name comes up on a transparent LCD screen box, they pull out the dish from the box. Co-founder Scott Drummond said, “There is a fast food business model that we need to hit and we’re looking at ways that technology can increase efficiency. That way we can get the price down.” Fellow Co-founder Tim Young said, "Eatsa's really all about bringing the speed and affordability you might find in fast food with the nutrition in fast casual."