Downtown Boston’s Robotic Restaurant Gets $21 Million to Fund Expansion

September 9, 2018

Spyce, a fast-casual restaurant in Boston’s Downtown Crossing that serves food mostly prepared by robots, just secured $21 million in Series A funding, the company announced today. Consumer investors like Collaborative Fund and Maveron ponied up some of the cash, as did existing investor Khosla Ventures. Celebrity chefs Thomas Keller, Jérôme Bocuse, and Gavin Kaysen also contributed to the funding, alongside Daniel Boulud, who has been involved in the project since before the restaurant’s opening, both as culinary director and an investor.

Spyce plans to use the money to expand on the East Coast.

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