Nowdays, restaurant is not only the places to eat food with thousand flavours, even it is for almost 200 years. This places have a tsunami technology that have a revolusioner changes, the Dorothy effect of technology.
Americans spend thousands of dollars a year eating out: Restaurants account for one of the largest parts of discretionary spending, with sales expected to hit a record $683.4 billion in 2014. It is a fiercely competitive industry, and yet restaurant owners and managers have been remarkably slow to adopt new forms of technology that could make their business more efficient and attuned to the desires of diners. They spend a lot of time fighting trends instead of exploiting them.
Now, we are on tables, tablets, data an eating.