The paper and cutlery company Dixie is creating a series of cafes in LA that help people focus on conversation and human connection

Dinner time has long been an important time for family and friends to dine together and reconnect. When smartphones were brought to the table, the story changed entirely. Dixie’s “Deadzone Diners” is a new pop-up experience aimed at helping diners get rid of their phones and focus on making memories with friends and family.

Created in partnership with advertising company Droga5, “Deadzone Diners” is a restaurant without a service signal, encouraging every person to be present in the moment and their company.

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