The tech savvy Eatsa launched in San Francisco one year ago, and in a short time it has not only gained popularity, but even expanded to the East Coast!
Eatsa a perfect place for busy DCers who are always on the go. The 3000-square foot sleek setup can be found at 1627 K Street NW, and is now the chain’s largest restaurant in America.
Eatsa is a fast casual shop that has really taken modernization to its peak. Customer orders are taken on iPads, so customers can get made-to-order delicious quinoa bowls simply by using the in-store technology… or even their own phone! Scared of high-tech ordering? “Eatsa Mascots” are on hand to walk you through the process. Also at Eatsa, you will find a collection of glass door or ‘cubbies’ which display personalized graphics and pop out customized meals in a couple of minutes. All this translates to a shorter wait time for your food.
When asked about the secret behind Eatsa’s success, Scott Drummond co-founder told KSM, “There may or may not be robots in the back… and what we do dramatically changes the way food is prepared.” Thinking of asking for a sneak peak? You’ll get a friendly smile… and a firm no.
Go to enjoy the numerous quinoa bowl options, but also enjoy tea, coffee, fresh fruit, yogurt parfaits and plenty of other small breakfast items. Since labor costs are low, you can expect a bargain for lunch! Quinoa bowls start at $6.95.
Tasty, but technical. It’s the modernization of food!