Siesta Key Restaurants, a chain of small-chain restaurants that includes the popular Siesta Bar and Siesta Café in Las Vegas, has created a $10,000-plus replica of the Keychain Holder, a popular pocket-sized device used by restaurant staff.
The device allows employees to share their favorite beverage or snacks with customers by tapping their hands to their smartphone screens, according to a release.
It comes in both silver and gold.
“We were very excited to see our customers enjoy their favorite drink in a new way, and to see how the KeyChain Holder has evolved over the years,” said Siesta CEO and founder Josh Geller in the release.
“In fact, it’s now easier than ever to order a beer, order a sandwich, or simply check the status of the food that we serve at the Siesta.”
In 2015, Siesta released the Keyblade, which lets users customize their phones’ keypad, adding a small, pocketable keypad for carrying, among other features.
It’s unclear how much money Siesta has raised for the project, which is being backed by investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, and TPG Capital.