To Wait or Wait Not: The Changing Dynamics of Eating Out

by Steven Jacobs
No reservations. But you can wait. In New York City, a growing number of the most popular eateries have decided to eschew reservations, opting instead to test patrons’ patience. Often couched in the cultural parlance of the city’s food scene, the trend is a stark example of the pervasive impact which local technology has on the economics of the restaurant industry.Read the full article