Kitchen 67 customers can charge their Qi-compatible phones by placing them on the table.
Patrons at the newly opened Kitchen 67 Brann’s Café can control a digital jukebox using tableside iPads, charge their phones wirelessly, access the internet with a wi-fi connection or engage in a videoconference at a specially designed table. A glass video wall and LED ceiling tiles that can change the interior color scheme (think high-tech mood ring) or display graphics add to the wired vibe. The 4,500-square-foot Grand Rapids, MI, fast-casual restaurant is conveniently ...
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