Uh oh, hope you weren’t a big fan of Vegas cocktail waitresses coming to get your drink orders
The days of waiting for a cocktail server to take your drink order while playing a slot machine are over at one Las Vegas casino. Now, it’s as simple as pressing a few buttons.
The more than 600 machines at the Westgate Las Vegas are equipped with the Beverage Ordering Service System that allows players to skip waiting for a cocktail server to make their rounds. Westgate is believed to be one of the first properties in Las Vegas to offer this technology.
Players press a martini glass logo drink order button on the machine touchscreen, which brings up a menu to search for the drink of their choice.
Technology is going to kill off whatever is left of the old Vegas ways. Remember the days when Heather would come get your drink order and it would turn into small talk? Yeah, that won’t happen. Now Summer will drop off your drink and move her ass on down the line like an assembly line worker. No small talk. Eventually robots will deliver the drinks. Goodbye Vegas.
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