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Tillypad from dusk till dawn

This August, Tillypad automated two more brand new venues in the UK: a night club and a breakfast café. Let’s hear these stories:
Kings Bull, a members-only nightclub in London
A new London nightclub, Kings Bull, the opening party of which took place on 28 August, is not easy to get in. To become a member of this nightclub one has to apply online for a membership card granting access to an unlimited number of parties throughout one year. In the near future, the owners plan to integrate the club cards with Tillypad loyalty programmes so that the guests will be able to participate in marketing campaigns. While this project is under development, Tillypad is operating on four POS terminals located in the bar and in the lounge area.
On A Roll, a breakfast café
In August, On A Roll café greeted its first customers in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. The menu offers a selection of breakfast favourites, salads, and sandwiches. It's a perfect place to call in for a minute on your way to work to grab a cup of freshly brewed coffee and a breakfast baguette. If you have more than a minute, you can take your time enjoying a nice cup of tea and a slice of cake. As guests order food and beverages to go, they are mostly being served right at the till. Tillypad, user-friendly and fast, guarantees prompt service, no queues, and happy customers who are not late for work and ready to come back to On A Roll again.
News from an old friend
There is also some good news from the Linden House boutique hotel, which we wrote about earlier this year. This five-star venue, located in the historic village of Stansted Mountfitchet, has recently opened a new Champagne Bar. In order to automate it, the owners decided to install Tillypad on a handheld tablet, rather than buying new POS terminals.