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Have you ever had dinner on a touchscreen table before? Diners at inamo in London have.
February 14, 2013 | by Jessica Camerato

Candlelight and faded background music are so been there, done that.

Kick your Valentine’s Day into high gear by dining at a high-tech restaurant or bar.

From carefully planned noise control to multi-million dollar sound systems, apps that allow you to order on tablets to menus projected directly onto touchscreen tables, you can enjoy the latest in technology with that special someone this year.

Click here to see high-tech restaurants, bars (and even a club) that are changing the way you wine and dine.

Did you discover new restaurant and bar technologies on your night out? Tell us about them in the comments below.

 

 

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