For some folks, the forced human interactions that occur in everyday life can be a nightmare. Whether you're shy, hopelessly aloof, or just annoyed by the idea of exchanging words with another person, San Francisco restaurant Eatsa is here to help. The eatery, with a menu that revolves around healthy quinoa bowls, looks more like an electronics store and completely cuts face-to-face meetings from the dining experience. Orders are taken via iPads, and dishes are placed in cubbies by faceless, behind-the-scenes servers. This video from Tech Crunch details the process.
A restaurant such as Eatsa may seem like a novelty — though it certainly isn't the first of its kind — but human-less eateries might be the wave of the future for America's food industry.