There are endless excuses this time of the year to dig into tasty dessert dishes. Having a birthday? Pass the cake. Getting together with friends and family for the holidays? Yep, cake please! Received a holiday bonus? Celebrate with a slice. Want to join in on #NationalCakeDay social media fun on November 26th? Go get a chocolate-y piece and take a picture for your Instagram!
When we say Reserve was built by the restaurant industry for the restaurant industry, we mean it. Since we launched two years ago, many restaurant industry insiders — from line cooks to general managers — have been inspired to join the Reserve team, coming to us from respected operators like Thomas Keller Restaurant Group, Major Food Group, and Momofuku.
If you skimmed over Le Virtù chef Joe Cicala’s resume, you’d quickly understand why everyone says he runs one of the best Italian restaurants in Philadelphia. Called “one of the city’s young kitchen talents to watch” by The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan, Cicala is a four-time James Beard Semifinalist and one time Finalist. At Le Virtù, he brings to life the central Italian region of Abruzzo, dishing out cured meats, fresh pastas, seafood and more.
A new season, a new slew of places to dine exclusively with Reserve. Click on your city or desired destination and discover some of the hottest restaurants in town — Boston / New England, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area and Washington DC.
Named Michelin Bib Gourmand two years in a row for being one of the top affordable restaurants, Arami delivers some of the best sushi in Chicago. But don’t be mistaken — hot kitchen items like noodles and robata-grilled meats are also standouts worth exploring.
Michelin awarded stars in the nation’s capitol for the first time ever last month, and affirmed, as if we didn’t already know this ourselves, that Fiola is one of the best restaurants in Washington DC. Chef Fabio Trabocchi’s fine dining flagship offers elegant Italian dishes and a widely-recognized wine list.
It’s almost time to head to the Election Day polls and fill out those ballots. The 2016 Presidential Campaign has felt longer and more divisive than most, but there’s nothing that brings people together better than food and drinks!