Thursday, December 15, 2016

Fighting Minimum Wage Laws: Restaurant Opens in NYC with No Servers, No Cashiers

Eatsa is an automated restaurant in Midtown Manhattan.  It opened as an East Coast anchor for a small chain that started in California, reports FOX New York.

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.

The restaurant opened this week at 285 Madison Avenue, between 40th and 41st streets.

The company was named Restaurant Business' 2016 Tech Accelerator of the Year.



  1. Horn and Hardart did this in Philadelphia in the 1930s.

    1. I was just about to post about the Automats. You beat me to it PH.

  2. Essentially an updated Automat. Cool! :)