When Meyer’s 30-year-old Union Square Cafe reopens in Manhattan
next month, every floor manager and sommelier will be wearing an
Apple Watch. And when a VIP walks through the front door,
someone orders a bottle of wine, a new table is seated, a guest
waits too long to order her or his drink, or a menu item runs
out, every manager will get an alert via the tiny computer
attached to their wrist.
It took a few years for the full potential of the iPhone to surface as an app platform. The same is proving true for Apple Watch. This system sounds very clever — and discreet.