I like it when a restaurant posts a digital menu on the wall.
I was pleased when most of the larger chain restaurants started switching to LED screens and providing digital menus. I have some issues with my eyesight. I can read the words on a digital menu much easier. I don’t even need to dig out my glasses. Plus, the digital menus seem to include a lot more information. I am always happy when the ingredients and calories are listed. I like to know which items are vegetarian. Plus, we avoid touching the same menu a hundred other people have handled. With recent health scares, I’d just as soon not be handed a sticky plastic menu. I’ve noticed that the local cannabis dispensary has also made some changes to accommodate social distancing. They’ve installed a digital display that provides a listing of their various products. All of the products are clearly displayed under glass and include all pertinent information, such as the strain, terpenes and THC content. When I make a selection, the budtender handles everything and then hands me a tidy little package. To minimize contact with other customers, I can opt for curbside pickup, I can make my selections online, from the comfort of my own home. I just just the items in my virtual cart, checkout with a credit card and then arrange a time for pickup. I pull up into the designated parking area, send a text that I’ve arrived and a budtender brings the package right to my car. It’s super quick, easy and convenient.