"Often the term "R&D" industry lingo for research and development, conjures up images of test tubes and lab coats.
But what if an R&D facility instead served food, mixed drinks and hand-crafted beers amid colorful, retro decor? What if entry into such a facility required not a top security clearance but merely a request for a table for two?
A soon-to-open downtown Maryville restaurant will be more than just another culinary option for Blount County palates — it will be a research and development center for Ruby Tuesday Inc.
…Dishes and drinks that are successful at Ruby T could one day be introduced in all of the company's restaurants worldwide. Piet said the facility would additionally serve as a testing ground for service procedures and new technologies such as server hand-held systems and automated seating innovations."
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