Restaurateur Danny Meyer Sees a Future Where Guests Never Ask For the Check

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Restaurateur Danny Meyer Sees a Future Where Guests Never Ask For the Check

One of Union Square Hospitality’s chefs, Miro Uskokovic (L), of Gramercy Tavern attends the 2016 New York Taste. Brian Ach/Getty Images

One of Union Square Hospitality’s chefs, Miro Uskokovic (L), of Gramercy Tavern attends the 2016 New York Taste. Brian Ach/Getty Images

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 2:00pm

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Wearing an Apple Watch probably won’t help you lose weight, but the devices might make your visit to a fine dining establishment better. Come to think of it, that will probably make you gain weight, but at least you’ll be gaining it in the best possible way.

One of the country’s most respected restaurateurs, Danny Meyer, will soon test out Apple Watches (and iPads) for improving operations. He thinks waitstaff makes his restaurants special, he told the crowd at last night’s Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg, but there is one contact with servers that he’d be happy to let his guests skip: payment.

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