From in-store iPad integration to mobile ordering, and even mobile payments, the adoption of technology surrounding the restaurant experience continues to rise. In fact, it’s becoming standard practice where, if you aren’t keeping up with consumer behavior, it’s likely your restaurant will go downhill.
Because technology is moving quickly, it will be interesting to see what the future of restaurants will look like. And now, diners can — sort of. Located in Bahrain, Mirai Restaurant, which boasts “a totally innovative new wave of Japanese cuisine,” gives diners a glimpse into the future, using wearable technology, augmented reality, iPads, Apple iBeacons, and interactive TVs, to name a handful of its many in-store components. Read More