Restaurants replace traditional coffee programs with pods

03/22/2013 | New York magazine

Nespresso, the pod-based coffeemaker made by Nestle, is replacing traditional espresso machines at fine-dining restaurants worldwide, including 30% of all Michelin-starred eateries, according to Nestle. Restaurant owners like the space-saving footprint of the machines, and their fool-proof nature. "In our business, you spend so much time trying to be perfect with food and service that it's very hard to put the same dedication into a coffee program," said Marc Forgione, owner of his eponymous restaurant in New York City.

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