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Check yourself out in the interactive selfie mirrors at this new Midtown restaurant

A restaurant housed in a tech-focused space is open for business in Midtown.

Bytes, a "digitally-infused" space at 848 Spring St., according to a press release, features three large LED screens in the main dining room, a 360 video-mapped private dining room and e-boardrooms, an outdoor patio area with LED-lit furniture, iPad ordering and interactive selfie mirrors in the bathrooms.

The menu offers "small bytes" and a variety of pastas, pizzas, salads, desserts, milkshakes, specialty drinks and cocktails and wine.

The spot is owned by Christian and Nacasha Ruffin, who recently announced their Do pizza restaurant will relocate to West Midtown next year. The couple also own production company One Stop Productions.

Bytes will be open for lunch, dinner and late-night gatherings.

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