I would love it if Springfield had restaurants like this one:
"The Bytes restaurant in Canterbury, England is a sit-down restaurant where you order when you are ready—on touchscreen panels. Entreprenuer Heath Clay enlisted the help of engineers David Russell and Mark Bate to build the hardware and software needed. Customers place orders on touchscreen panels, and the orders are routed through the restaurant. Orders for drinks go to the bar, orders for British-flavored concoctions like baked avocado with Stilton and walnuts and smoked salmon with local new potatoes and dill go to the kitchen.
And here's one feature that should appeal to children of all ages: Free games replace the menu after the order is completed."
This is part of an article from LiveScience.com which describes how some restaurants are becoming more automated. Check out the rest of the article here.