Will electric scooters raise profitability of food delivery?

Will electric scooters raise profitability of food delivery?

While many restaurants struggle to make DoorDash, UberEats and other delivery services a profitable venture, at least company says the answer is in electric scooters. Scooter maker OjO is focusing on food and package delivery as an ideal solution to lower costs and help the environment in its test markets of Dallas, Austin and Memphis.Read more about Will electric scooters raise profitability of food delivery?[…]

Five food trends to die in 2020 thanks to Millennials

Five food trends to die in 2020 thanks to Millennials

OK, those rainbow-colored bagels and caffeine and alcohol drinks once all the rage have quickly gone on life support in 2020 — along with three other trends. Millennials take credit for several of these fads that are starting and ending so abruptly.  So, if you’re considering any of these ideas… you might think twice. WeRead more about Five food trends to die in 2020 thanks to Millennials[…]

Robots are coming:  Students love fast, low-cost meal delivery of 30-robot army

Robots are coming: Students love fast, low-cost meal delivery of 30-robot army

College campuses might be among the first places that benefit in a big way from autonomous driving robots that deliver food if the University of Houston is any example. A 30-robot fleet of mobile robots are delivering throughout the sprawling campus from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. And the students love the convenience, reasonable deliveryRead more about Robots are coming: Students love fast, low-cost meal delivery of 30-robot army[…]

Robots are coming: Pouring 120 drinks per hour

Robots are coming: Pouring 120 drinks per hour

Barney the robot (no, not the dinosaur) is slinging drinks customized to the guests’ desires faster than any human mixologist.  But can it hold a conversation? Well, the folks at F&P Robotics, Barney’s inventor, says the fun, fast action spurs conversations among people like nothing else.  Of course, the alcohol helps, too!

Myth Buster:  No perfect rhythm for restaurant background music

Myth Buster: No perfect rhythm for restaurant background music

Does your restaurant march to the ideal beat for your concept when it comes to background music? Well, The Takeout Blog finds all the theories of the ideal “beats per minute” to entice customers to eat and drink more are, well, off-beat hooey.  A dive into publicly available playlists available from restaurants found there’s noRead more about Myth Buster: No perfect rhythm for restaurant background music[…]