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One of the most robust is Aptito , which rolled out in mid-2011. It has intel on dishes and drinks, but diners can also use it to request a waiter’s attention, ask to speak with the chef and leave reviews for the management. “This allows restaurants to provide customer service at moment’s notice,” says founder and CEO Gene Zell. “You can save the customer’s experience and make sure they come back.” Cafe Martorano in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., opted to build its own digital menu software in-house; it debuted on Acer tablets in mid-September. In contrast with Jaleo where the server has to process orders from a virtual shopping cart, diners at Cafe Martorano order directly through the tablet. Each dish at the cafe has a photo and description, and suggested beverage pairings.
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And at entirely approachable prices. Glory! Under the direction of Ben Nerenhausen, the Mistral menu changes almost daily, but we gushed over the smoked garganelli, the blue crab salad, the clam chowder custard, the grilled lamb, the lemon cosset and the brown butter cake. (See our review this month, on Page 82.) Mistral 66 Witherspoon St., Princeton (609) 688-8808 mistralprinceton.com NICO Caprese salad featuring fresh tomatoes.Tony Kurdzuk/The Star-Ledger Yesterdays conventional restaurant wisdom: If you have a captive audience, you neednt offer exceptional food.
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Since video is the webs most popular digital format, Reel Restaurants is committed to help clients dominate their respective market through the addition of video. 76 percent of marketers plan to add video to their sites, making it a higher priority than Facebook, Twitter and blog integration. (Social Media Examiner) Reel Restaurants CEO Connie Hannon says, Our site provides users with accurate, up-to-date information on Reel Restaurants and our work in one central location. The Reel Restaurants site features a restaurant and food services blog, The Line Up, written by company partners and guest writers from the restaurant, food services and other food industry professionals. The site also houses Reel Restaurants latest work giving potential customers a glimpse of how the companys video marketing can improve their companys bottom line.
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