South Gate becomes first New York City Restaurant to Launch Custom Designed iPad wine tablets

19th Jul 2010
South Gate becomes first New York City Restaurant to Launch Custom Designed iPad wine tablets

With its prestigious address on the fashionable Central Park South, the highly acclaimed South Gate (154 Central Park South between 6th and 7th Avenues, NYC, 212.484.4715) continues to revolutionize the dining experience as the first New York City restaurant to leverage the groundbreaking new capabilities of the iPad.  South Gate has created custom wireless iPad wine tablets exclusively designed to navigate its extensive wine list. The new iPad wine tablet features the SmartCellar application designed by the New York-based company Incentient.

Service is just a touch away at South Gate with Apple’s cutting-edge product. South Gates’ sommelier will use this interactive high-definition, color touch-screen handheld device to educate patrons on over 650 bottle wines available or invite guests to instantly access the information themselves from the iPad’s fully customizable SmartCellar application with the touch of a finger.

Convenient, quick and weighing in at 1.5 pounds, the South Gate iPad wine tablet not only provides customers with detailed information about the major wine regions and varietals, but also automatically updates the wine list as labels sell out, to ensure that inventory is always accurate.  The touch-screen application is easy enough for a casual diner but detailed enough for the most knowledgeable wine connoisseur.


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