BELMAR— When 10th Ave. Burrito Co. started using iPads and iPhones instead of paper, it wasn’t long before curious customers were asking questions.
Waitress Michelle Cavalieri laughed when she recalled a customer who asked if she was texting instead of taking an order. But she was taking the woman’s order, Cavalieri replied, and revealed the menu on the small screen.
“I think everybody is going to be switching to that in 10 years or so,” 10th Ave. owner Brian Katz said. “I think it’s the wave of the future. We just wanted to be on board first.” …. READ MORE