Next time you find yourself hungry in a new city and aren’t aware of your dining surroundings, turn to Reserve, one of the latest must-have dining concierge apps for travelers.
Acting as an on-calling dining concierge, Reserve offers users a seamless dining experience, from booking and getting you the table you want to paying effortlessly at the end of the meal.
The new app teamed up with 200 of the country’s best names in food and hospitality, including James Beard Award-winning chefs and Michelin-starred restaurants in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Chicago, to offer users a variety of dining choices in destinations across the country.
Working directly with restaurants, Reserve allows users to browse popular restaurants, request a reservation and even split the check with friends at the end of the meal. Carefully curated recommendations are offered so guests can make the best dining decision.
If an original selection isn’t available, restaurants can send back alternatives, including other available times or bar seats at the chef’s counter.
After your meal, the check is automatically billed to your card, including the tip and Reserve’s small concierge fee.
Reserve today with an app available for free download on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
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