No Technology Night is a project aimed at "getting away from technology and reconnecting with your family." Even though I came to eat out with my family, each one is just playing with their mobile phones. It's a smart idea that Kathy Carroll, the general manager of the store, suggested that he couldn't see such a situation.
Customers must leave their mobile phones at the entrance of the restaurant before entering the store. In addition, a card with "topics" for family discussions will be prepared at the table to assist the conversation.
It seems that the people who visited No Technology Night actually felt the "change" in their dining experience. One of the customers said with joy, "Everyone is now talking to the person in front of them instead of using a mobile phone." "People who come to the store as a mere group will return as a family, " Carroll said.
You can take a picture of the food at the restaurant and post it on SNS, but sometimes you can turn off your mobile phone and enjoy the conversation "only" with your family and lover in front of you. I wonder.