Alternative products to Cafe X

11 alternative and related products to Cafe X

Cafe X
Robotic Coffee Bars

The world's most advanced system for serving artisanal coffee, tea, and more. Utilizing an industrial robot arm with a quirky personality, Cafe X's Robotic Coffee Bars are capable of consistently producing up to three drinks in 40 seconds. With the mobile app, guests can order ahead and pick up their drink within seconds.

11 Alternatives to Cafe X

A new, beautiful way to sell with just a link 🔗💰

Coffeelinks helps you sell with just a link! It's like Bit.ly for payments. 💰 Some use-cases:

🎁 Sell a digital product by sharing the zip file [Dropbox + Coffeelinks]

🎥 Share your upcoming video with your most loyal fans [YouTube unlisted + Coffeelinks]

🏷️ Take order for advertising on your blog or Instagram [Typeform link + Coffeelinks]

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Larisa Deac
Larisa Deac- UX/UI Designer
I think it's a really simple and clever way to collect contributions, and it looks great too, which I appreciate!
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Delicious coffee, fresh-roasted, delivered to you.

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Brian Altman
Brian Altman
This is an excellent subscription service from Blue Bottle. The beans usually arrive about 1-2 days after roasting, so they are incredibly fresh. I have been getting the Single Origin Assortment (Latin America, East Africa, or the Pacific Islands) plan for about three years, since the Tonx days, and have been very happy with it. They also offer Blend Assortm… See more
Nolan McCoy
Nolan McCoy- Film Producer, Storyteller, Husband
Hands down the most consistent quality I've experienced from a roaster. Also, they have introduced me to a wider range of regions than I had ever tried before, such as sub-sub-regions of Ethiopia for example.
Justin
Justin- Founder, CityBee
Blue Bottle consistently sends me nice beans with which I make iced lattes, usually with Monin vanilla for a sweet yet refreshing flavor.
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Postmate's autonomous delivery vehicle

Today we’re introducing something that we’ve been working on for the past two years, Serve. Serve is the new addition to our fleet; an internally developed autonomous delivery rover. Serve is a first of its kind with socially aware navigation that combines design and technology.

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Postmates
A revolution just arrived at your doorstep. After combing through millions of deliveries, researching customer interactions, and testing multiple autonomous delivery modes, we are proud to unveil the first robotic delivery device created from the ground up by an on-demand delivery company.
WIRED
Hanging on the wall of Postmates' stealth R&D laboratory, there's a framed photo of an iconic scene from Star Wars, Luke Skywalker bent down beside R2D2. Except someone has used Photoshop to replace Luke's face with Ali Kashani, Postmates' VP of Robotics. Nevermind that Kashani has never seen Star Wars (he considers this a point of pride).
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Serving the world’s freshest cheeseburger for just $6.

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YouTube
Creator is a new burger-making robot startup. We visit its first restaurant in San Francisco to taste Creator's burger from the future. http://momentummachines.com/
TechCrunch
Creator's transparent burger robot doesn't grind your brisket and chuck steak into a gourmet patty until you order it. That's just one way this startup, formerly known as Momentum Machines, wants to serve the world's freshest cheesebuger for just $6. On June 27th, after 8 years in development, Creator opens its first robot restaurant.
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A custom mac & cheese restaurant out of YC

MAC’D is a fast-casual, build-your-own mac & cheese restaurant. Customers pick a cheese sauce, a pasta base, add unlimited toppings like roasted broccoli and mushrooms, and top it off with anything from truffle oil to Hot Cheetos.

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Eater SF
The second location in what's apparently a growing chain of restaurants for people fixated on macaroni and cheese, Mac'd, is open at 2127 Polk Street (in the former Dakshin restaurant space). The original location of the fast-casual business opened almost exactly a year ago in the Marina at 3347 Fillmore.
SFChronicle.com
Owners Chen-Chen Huo and Jason Brown aren't breaking the mold with what they're doing (last time we checked, Homeroom is doing just fine), but it's hard to ignore a restaurant menu boasting both hot Cheetos and truffle oil as potential mac and cheese toppings.
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