Google opens makeshift multicuisine eatery in New York
Google has opened a makeshift restaurant 'Small World' in the suburbs of New York City's Lower East Side, as part of its promotional campaign for Google Translate.
One glance at Google's recent tweet depicting the screenshot of the restaurant's menu card suggests that customers will be able to translate menu items using Google Translate on their phones.
The restaurant reportedly features four chefs who prepare different cuisine specialities from April 15 (Friday) to April 18 (Monday) to satisfy your hungry taste-buds:
- April 15: Gerardo Gonzalez, Mexican cuisine
- April 16: Joseph “JJ” Johnson, Afro-Asian-American cuisine
- April 17: Danny Bowien, Asian cuisine
- April 18: Einat Admony, Israeli cusine
The company had attempted a similar promo-campaign by selling wafels during the launch of Google Photos. How cool could be the idea of promoting tech products through multi-speciality cuisines?
You need to make reservations for the limited seating slots from 6pm to 8pm and 9:30pm to 11:30pm. If you missed the reservation, you could get donuts for the effort between 3pm to 7pm.
Unfortunately, the reservations are now sold out as confirmed by TheNextWeb.