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Who’s New on Reserve? May 2017 Roundup

There’s something about the start of summer that makes us want to dine out — all the time. You too? Here’s a list of top restaurants available to book exclusively on Reserve.com or the restaurant’s website just in time for summer in your cities — Asheville, Boston / New England, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. Plus, find our list of the best places to dine in Nantucket for when you’re beach bound at the bottom.

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We’ve raised a $10M Series B and we’re expanding nationwide!

Reserve’s mission is to help restaurants and guests connect to create memorable dining experiences. Since we launched in 2014, we’ve helped seat nearly 9M people in more than 500 restaurants in 104 cities across America. We learned a lot along the way, and love the experiences and relationships we helped create. What drives all of us at Reserve is knowing the role we’ve played – and will continue to play – in making that happen. That’s why we’re really excited to announce a $10M Series B round to further our efforts to create better dining experiences and change they way …

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Who’s New on Reserve? December 2016 Roundup

New year, more new restaurants on Reserve! Here’s a list of great spots in your cities — Boston / New England, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC — that are now exclusively on Reserve. We also went live in Asheville last week, so check out our list of awesome partners there too.

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First Stop of 2017: Asheville!

Today we’re celebrating the launch of another city, Asheville, North Carolina, with some of the best restaurants in town. Whether it’s classic tapas at Cúrate from El Bulli alum Chef Katie Button or fresh takes on Southern classics at Rhubarb from Chef John Fleer, one of the pioneers of foothill cuisine, Asheville is a food lover’s paradise.

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SAP Uncovers LA’s Hottest High-End New Year’s Eve Restaurants

What were Los Angeles’s hottest New Year’s Eve fine-dining spots last year — and how are these restaurants making this year’s experiences even more spectacular? SAP’s groundbreaking new data service, SAP Digital Consumer Insight, recently reviewed Reserve’s most popular fine-dining locations across the LA metro area to help people plan for New Year’s Eve 2016. The data showed that Ostrich Farm, Salt Air and Barrique were the most crowded at midnight. “Our restaurants will typically see a large spike in activity around New Year’s Eve,” said Greg Hong, CEO and cofounder of Reserve, the country’s premier hospitality technology platform. “One …