PORTLAND Ore. Angling for patrons too time-poor to sit through the typical full-service restaurant meal, the new Blue Sage Café here is using an ordering kiosk networked with an ergonomically designed, high-efficiency kitchen to create a faster, customer-controlled upscale experience. “We’re offering the convenience of quick service with the quality of a sit-down restaurant,” said Chris Hein, vice president of marketing for The Dussin Group. Blue Sage Café is a likely expansion ...
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