09/10/2010 // New York City, New York, US // TiffNews10 // News Desk
New York – A NYC restaurant is letting customers give their input on what should be on the menu. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the burger joint 4food allows customers to suggest menu items and then take to social networks such as Twitter and Facebook to discuss their dish creations. Customers whose dishes are ordered by others receive a 25 cent credit.
As noted in the report, the techno-savvy restaurant offers iPad use access, free Wi-Fi, and an LED monitor of Twitter updates to enhance its customer dining experience.
Adam Kidrom, the restaurant’s brainchild, is quoted by the AP as stating of the unique dine-in, “My idea is that business is as progressive as you want it to be… It can make lives more interesting and better. 4food is not the same old thing.”
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