5 ways technology has changed how we dine

08/1/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

Wine lists on iPads and handheld devices to place orders are just the start of how technology has changed the restaurant dining experience, writes critic Michael Bauer. Younger, affluent diners immersed in a high-tech culture are demanding more casual experiences, small menus and wine lists, as well as bigger, open dining rooms -- and restaurants are complying.

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