Move over Opentable, the reservation app Reserve is expanding.
The app is already in Chicago, New York City, and the Tri-state area in Philly, but now foodies in Denver and Atlanta can use the app to make a reservation at some of the hottest restaurants in the city.
“Since Day 1, we've been focused on bringing you an easier way to make reservations at the best restaurants around the country. Today, we're one step closer to that goal: Reserve is excited to announce that we’re now live in Denver, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia. You can now explore many of the top spots in both dining destinations exclusively with Reserve,” wrote Reserve in the announcement.
So which restaurants have partnered with Reserve?
Several of the Foodable Top 25 restaurants in these cities are now accepting reservations on the mobile platform, including Denver’s Acorn, Atlanta’s Canoe, Denver’s Guard and Grace, and Boulder’s Oak at Fourteenth.
The app, dubbed as a “digital concierge,” is known to be especially user-friendly for both restaurant operators and guests.
The company first launch in 2014 with a mission to make it easier for guests to make reservations at restaurants.
Last year, Reserve for Restaurants for operators was introduced, a system for restaurants to manage their tables. Restaurants part of the program can integrate the system directly onto their websites.
The startup has plans to launch the Reserve software nationwide in the near future so many restaurants can use the tool.
“Every time we build a better tool on one side … that benefits both sides of the market,” said Greg Hong, CEO and co-founder of Reserve.
The startup has raised over $27 million in funding and as of February, Reserve announced that over 500 restaurants use the software to fill seats.
Do you think that Reserve can compete against Opentable and Yelp’s reservation app? Is there really more than enough space for them all?