Los Angeles News
Torrance restaurant uses iPads, not menus
TORRANCE, Calif. (KABC) -- It's out with the old and in with the new at a restaurant opening in Torrance Tuesday.
Instead of menus, Stacked Restaurant will place iPads at each table. Once seated, patrons swipe a credit card and start building their order. When finished, they hit send and their order goes right to the kitchen.
A server delivers the food. A concierge will also walk around the restaurant to make sure everyone is happy with their order.
technology, apple, iPad, los angeles news
- Malaysian official: Missing jet hijacked 46 min ago
- Westbound 134 Fwy closed due to police activity
- Body found at Anaheim trash recycling center
- Brush fire burns near Gorman by Quail Lake
- OC 'flasher' suspect captured in San Diego
- Pinkberry co-founder sentenced in 2011 beating
- Man who hoarded snakes in OC home charged
- Perris pastor arrested for rape of minor
- CA couple allegedly left child in car to gamble
- Pistorius photographed in bloodied prosthetics
- abcnews: Baby girl with 2 heads born in India
- Crimea vote won't be recognized by US - Kerry
- Sailor in iconic WWII kissing photo dies
- OTRC: 'Scandal' recap - 5 highlights (Spoilers)