Delivery Only: The Rise Of Restaurants With No Diners As Apps Take Orders
Inside a bright red building in Redwood City, just south of San Francisco, cooks plunge baskets of french fries into hot oil, make chicken sandwiches and wrap falafel in pita bread.
If you've been in a restaurant kitchen, it's a familiar scene. But what's missing here are waiters and customers. Every dish is placed in a to-go box or bag.
Delivery drivers line up in a waiting area ready for the name on their order to be called.