When Eatsa first opened in San Francisco in 2015 as a “robot-run” fast-casual eatery, it caused quite a stir. Reminiscent of mid-20th century automats, customers could order at digital kiosks and pick up their freshly made food in individual cubbyholes without interacting with human beings.
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