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Fairly typical upscale wine list by the King Cole bar in New York:
Same bar, really weird cognac list:
Wine Ordering System: Restaurant that displays their wine list on iPads
uWink Touch Screen Bar
iBar in Chicago called MadPoison
“The World’s Best Cocktail Bar” They won a bunch of awards for their menu, apparently:
I like the heading “corpse revivers and picker uppers” :-p
Drink!: A bar whose claim to fame is bartenders who know their stuff, and no menus.
Sheetz MTO System: A convenience store with a touch screen ordering system for food.
Mytouchmenu: Currently sold touch screen menu for restaurants
icreamcafe: Made-to-order icecream
Tips on how to design touch screen applications
People discussing touchscreen restaurant menus:
Chart showing types of beer:
How to categorize/choose every wine taste in existence:
Drink libraries can be compared to music libraries, with recommendation engines and everything.
iTunes: Pretty much the “de-facto” music player, with the concept of your “library”, a visual representation in coverflow, and new recommendation (genius) and social features (ping).
Pandora: Pretty much the “de-facto” music suggestion service, which is fairly sparse on information and control.
Last.fm: A music service that keeps track of songs played, with strong social aspects.
SliceStation: (Disclaimer: This was Danny’s MobDev’s team’s final project) A music discovery application for Android that represented similar artists as a wheel.
Playlist Pathfinder: An experiment of the Echo Nest to find songs to bridge the gap between two artists. Perhaps we could suggest a good progression of drinks.
Lots of other cool experimental music apps and visualizations are at: