From Crowd-Sourced Pizza Menus to Self-Service Restaurants

By: Jana Pijak - Sep 11, 2015
These personalized dining innovations range from self-service restaurant kiosks that are waiter-free to crowd-sourced pizza menus that encourage patrons to share their favorite toppings with a mass audience. As sensory dining becomes a priority for millennials with an appreciation for fine food, luxe eateries are not the only ones adapting to this memorable marketing model.

In addition to personalized dining experiences that are offered by luxe restaurants, others are showcased on a lower scale -- the Pancake Selfie Express is a food truck that offers personalized breakfast pancakes to patrons. Moreover, curated reservation apps are on the rise, ensuring that mobile users will attend a restaurant that best suits their palate.

On the experiential dining front, gourmet pop-up UNA serves up a Latin American menu at a singular table that serves only 12 people. The eatery is not only exclusive but offers customized menu options for lucky visitors. Lastly, for those who love pizza, customizable pizza kiosks and artful pizza deliveries are also ways to take a casual meal to new heights.