The restaurant revolution is here. New technologies and operational innovations are turning the traditional restaurant model on its head. On-demand apps deliver restaurant-quality food without the overhead of a brick-and-mortar location, new ordering platforms are helping operators increase business in their off hours and restaurants are even trying their hand at co-working.
Come hear from a few innovative restaurant startups and network with the community at our Rethinking Restaurants Meetup at LMHQ on Tuesday, August 16 from 6:30-9:30 PM. Presenters will do a deep dive into their business models, challenges and lessons learned. Space is filling up, so snag your spot now HERE.
We’ll have organic, nutritionist-curated meals from corporate catering startup Ripe and healthy Indian bowls from fast casual restaurant INDAY, plus beer and more. We’re also looking for one more dessert startup to showcase its product at the event. Please email nina[at]foodtechconnect[dot]com with more information about your company if you’re interested.
Ando – the new online restaurant from Momofuku and Expa, serving original food designed for delivery. We serve restaurant-quality food that our customers can eat at their desk, in a park, or on the couch in their underwear. It’s now available in Midtown East NYC via iOS.
Allset – A restaurant app that brings you a wait-free dining experience at local restaurants. The app allows you to book, order, and pay seamlessly before arrival. Allset can save you up to 30 minutes of the time that is usually spent waiting for a table, food, and check. We help restaurants reach and engage with the growing audience of busy diners, increase table turnover, and serve corporate clients for business meetings and employee lunches.
Spacious – Spacious partners with restaurants and hospitality operators who are typically closed during weekday business hours. We make otherwise empty dining rooms available for our members, who use them for hosting meetings and working remotely, with unlimited, on-demand access to a network of well-appointed shared workspaces.
Dig Inn – Dig Inn serves American food, mostly vegetables, from farmers and partners as close to home as possible.
Sabor – Sabor POS is the #1 Restaurant POS on the Windows Marketplace. With over 5,000users in 62 countries, We’ve built a robust POS for restaurants and are now focused on creating additional software modules to run your entire business.
6:30 – 7:15: Networking + Snacks
7:15 – 8:45: Presentations + Q&A
8:45 – 9:30: More Networking