Fully automated fast food restaurant opens in San Francisco

California. Eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button.
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A customer picks up her lunch from an automated cubby at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. Eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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A customer takes a picture as she picks up her lunch from an automated cubbie at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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A customer uses an interactive kiosk to place orders at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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A customer uses an interactive kiosk to place orders at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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A customer picks up his lunch from an automated cubbie at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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An order appears in a cubbie at eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)
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People walk by eatsa, a fully automated fast food restaurant on August 31, 2015 in San Francisco, California. eatsa, an automated fast food restaurant that has no servers, wait staff and a virtual cashier that offers fresh quinoa bowls opened in San Francisco's Financial District. Customers place their orders at an interactive kiosk and then pick their orders at a first of its kind automated food pick-up system that features a collection of glass door 'cubbies' with a door that displays personalized graphics and presents the food at the touch of a button. (Getty Images)