The Northern California Restaurant Where No One Takes Your Order

Welcome to dining in the 21st Century. At Eatsa in San Francisco, there isn’t a single cashier or waiter to take your order. You place your order on tablets, pick them up from cubbies, and that’s lunch. The whole restaurant is highly electronic, and it could be among the first of a wave of techie restaurants. And it’s no surprise that Eatsa popped up in the high-tech Silicon Valley. Here are some pictures to show how the restaurant runs almost solely on technology.

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Are you interested to see a day when robots take your orders, cook the food, and basically take care of all the tasks at your favorite restaurants? Let us know in the comments!