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Libations on location: SoMa saloon owners unveil mobile bar Anyone who says SoMa's bar scene is stuck in a rut hasn't met Lady Victory. The new mobile bar, made from a converted Volkswagen bus, is the creation of Mia Weening and Deanna Sison, owners of China Basin's Victory Hall. A few years ago, the duo had [...]
This Robot Can Mix Drinks in Your Hotel Room Industrial-size robots have been serving cocktails on cruises since 2014, thanks to Makr Shakr, a company created by MIT professor Carlo Ratti. Now, a tabletop cocktail bot from startup Somabar is headed for restaurants, bars, and lounges and may [...]
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FoodTech Highlights From the 2018 National Restaurant Association Show The show also featured a more streamlined auto-cocktail machine from Somabar. Their Wi-Fi connected robotic bartender holds spirits and mixers and can make up to 300 recipes. Somabar uses “proprietary static mixing technology” to ensure each drink is [...]
Do Any of These Keurig Wannabes Actually Work Like a Keurig? Enter Somabar, which is Wi-Fi enabled and smartphone-app controlled. The countertop device deploys six ingredient pods, and users can choose from 300 different recipes available on the app. The company raised more than $300,000 on Kickstarter back in [...]
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Somabar Snags $1. 5M For Robotic Bartender Los Angeles-based Somabar , which is developing a robotic bartender which automatically mixes cocktails for you, has raised $1. 5M in a bridge funding round, according to lead investor the Tech Coast... The TCA said that the round also included members of the Harvard Business School Angels and the Duke University Angel Network, as well as local private equity fund rainforest.
Inside Bloodhound, patrons will find rich wood paneling and soft Edison-blub lighting, as well as overstuffed leather chairs and pool tables awaiting some friendly competition. The bar’s no-nonsense hunting-lodge theme aligns with the noble name of this classic establishment. “The name Bloodhound evokes the expectation of hunting, outdoors and rustic feel without really bringing to mind the actual dog, a bloodhound,” says Bloodhound’s co-founder John Ottman “I like to think it subconsciously prepares you for what’s... Ottman also observed to Hoodline that in his SoMa environs, "A lot of restaurants have closed. So, what's going on here: Is there something specific happening on Bloodhound's strip on Folsom. I, for one, find it not so surprising to hear that a bar in SoMa — that Bloodhound in particular — is.
Bought a six-pack? Burned a pork chop? Wrote out an actual list of groceries? Not for much longer. These kitchen innovations show you where the future of home cooking is headed.Your bedside alarm clock will brew pour-over coffeeLooking like a glass-beaker science set that’s been run through a Scandinavian-design Snapchat filter, the Barisieur reduces the time between “opening eyes” and “consuming caffeine” to practically zero. The contraption uses induction heat and steam pressure to brew...
An art history major who grew up on the Westside now sees incredible beauty in startups.Christopher Hameetman has, in recent years, served as president of the Los Angeles Network of Tech Coast Angels (TCA). TCA has several chapters spanning Southern California, and, starting this January, Hameetman will serve as chairman of the entire organization.Chris Hameetman of Tech Coast Angels stand in front of some “Somabar” units.Angels invest in early-stage companies. Though many of...
Los Angeles' brightest minds and entrepreneurs from across industry come together to discuss the sustainable growth of Los Angeles. Connect. Educate. Inspire. LOS ANGELES, Calif., October 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) - For the fourth consecutive year, C-Suite Quarterly is hosting the Los Angeles Visionaries Summit – on Friday October 6, 2017 – bringing together industry and thought leaders from across the region for introspective and informed discussions surrounding...
Adding this to my wishlist ASAP. I'm the kind of person who's dreamed of living in a smart house ever since I saw the Disney Channel movie, "Smart House." The idea of having all the monotonous chores and to-dos of my daily life automated and done without me having to lift a finger is so exciting it's almost erotic. Almost. And lucky for me, I'm growing up in a world that's slowly inching towards making that dream a reality. While we still don't have an...