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More restaurants are turning to new ways of menu ordering. The Arlington, Va., company GoTab offers a platform that allows customers to scan a QR code (QR stands for “quick response”) at their table and a menu pops up on their phones, from which they can order and pay. No ordering from a server or bartender, just a food runner to bring the order.
How Contactless Platforms Offer a More Personalized Experience When staff spends less time inputting orders and running credit cards, they
GoTab operator, Stone Brewing Co. is the largest brewery in Southern California with two restaurants and four taprooms located in the region. Gregg Frazer, VP of Hospitality, sat down with Joanna Fantozzi at Restaurant Hospitality to talk about How Stone Brewing Co. is making convenience technology a personalized guest experience.
O’Hara specifically refers to our QR code ordering & payment solution in the article. Our platform supports all three: “Crack the QR Code”; “Embrace Contactless Everything”; and, “Adopt a Mobile-First Approach.”
How GoTab is changing the way breweries do business Traditionally, a server would come to your table to write down
December 15, 2020 1:00 | – 1:45 pm ET Now more than ever, restaurants need to pull out all the
Winter dining is looking very different this year. Restaurants and breweries are keeping their outdoor dining areas open during the
On October 20, we held our very first “order-versary” at our longest-standing customer, Caboose Brewing Company. GoTab hosted a diverse
In great news for the DC dining space, Anna Spiegel in Washingtonian Magazine writes about DC’s new outdoor bar, Hi-Lawn: