Mobile App Offers Tableside Ordering, Carryout & Delivery Plus Easy Pay Options

eleat, a Washington, D.C.-based startup, has launched a mobile dining app designed to transform the dining experience by giving customers and restaurants more control, choice and convenience.
The eleat app gives customers real-time access to menus and the ability to order and pay from the table, or remotely for takeout and delivery, all from their own smartphones and tablets. eleat is like “GrubHub meets Ziosk and TabbedOut,” providing all the needed dining solutions in one simple app. It works for all participating restaurants, eliminating the need to download multiple restaurant-specific apps, and provides a fast, efficient, more accurate dining experience. eleat also provides restaurants with an option to integrate with major Point-of-Sale systems.
eleat is launching first in the Washington, D.C., area with a variety of restaurants including Policy, Lost Society, Bin1301, Chaplins, The Gryphon, Picollo, Sax, Piassa, Sol Mexican Grill Cantina, Catch 15 and AsiaDC. Following the inaugural launch in Washington, eleat will expand its reach on the East Coast and will eventually be available nationwide.
According to the Fast Casual Association, consumers of all ages – and especially Millennials – want to be able to order and pay with their phones. Within the next few years, electronic ordering and mobile payments are predicted to be the norm. Yet today, less than 1 percent of ordering is mobile, meaning that restaurants are already behind the most important future trend in the industry.
eleat is available for free download on the App Store and Google Play. The app also provides search options for the top food allergies, an important feature for the more than 15 million Americans suffering from sensitivities to certain ingredients.
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