VAN NUYS CALIF. —UWink Inc., the Nolan Bushnell-led company whose initial “interactive restaurant” notched first-year revenue exceeding $2.2 million, has added pay-at-table functionality to tech features that let guests place touch-screen food and bar orders and play game from tabletop consoles. The apparent success of the prototype uWink bistro in Woodland Hills, Calif., has helped paved the way for the publicly traded franchisor, ...

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