Allset, a service that lets users make a reservation, order their food and pay the bill all before sitting down at a table, has expanded to Seattle.
The idea behind the San Francisco-based restaurant startup is that users will be able to complete all parts of a meal, except for eating, from a smartphone or other device. It means that diners can show up at a restaurant, be seated immediately with their food right in front of them. The company says its service can speed up a sit-down meal and get people in and out in less than half an hour.
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