By Mae Velasco, Assistant Editor
Restaurant reservation apps have already been brought to the table in Miami, with guests being able to use sites such as OpenTable and YelpReservations in lieu of calling in, but space during primetime is not always guaranteed -- until now.
Table8 and Resy promise seats at popular restaurants during peak hours. However, it comes with a price, which ranges on the day and time of the reservation. Both apps work at about a dozen restaurants across Miami. But with meals already putting a dent on the wallet, who would pay for a table? While this set up may not seem ideal for locals, business travelers who want to book their plane tickets, hotel rooms and car rentals in one go can now conveniently add dinner to the list.
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