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Who’s New on Reserve? January 2017 Roundup

Need a mid-week pick me up? Reserve to the rescue! Now you can make a reservation at these top restaurants in your cities — Boston / New England, Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Washington DC exclusively on Reserve.

Grab your table now:

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BOSTON / NEW ENGLAND

top new restaurants

Photo provided by Row 34 in Portsmouth, NH. Photo by Morgan Ione Yeager.

Café ArtScience – Kendall Square
50 Best Restaurants in Boston 2016 – Boston Magazine
Inspired by Le Laboratoire, a Paris innovation center dedicated to merging food and art-focused science, Café ArtScience dishes out innovative and elegant French-American cuisine and cocktails. | Grab your table at Café ArtScience now.

Row 34 – Portsmouth, NH
Best Seafood Restaurants – Zagat
An offshoot of the acclaimed Boston restaurant, Row 34 serves an extensive oyster menu, fish entrees, and craft beers. | Grab your table at Row 34 now.

Bluebird Barbecue – Burlington, VT
50 States: the Best BBQ Across America – Yahoo! Travel
Bluebird Barbecue dishes out refined barbecue comfort food — including on premise smoked meats, wings, small plates and sides — in “taste”, individual and family-style portion sizes. | Grab your table at Bluebird Barbecue now.

Lion’s Tail – South End
8 New Restaurants You Need to Try – Boston Common Magazine
A cozy cocktail den, Lion’s Tail dishes out upscale bar bites, plates to share, and entree options to pair with classic and creative cocktails. | Grab your table at Lion’s Tail now.

Armsby Abbey – Worcester
Best Restaurant 2015 – Best of Worcester
A premier craft beer destination, Armsby Abbey features 22 rotating draughts, hand-crafted cocktails, and rustic farmhouse fare. | Grab your table at Armsby Abbey now.

The Farmhouse – Needham
Top 10 Restaurants in Needham – Yelp
A restaurant and bar, The Farmhouse offers farm-to-table New American comfort food, cocktails and wines. | Grab your table at The Farmhouse now.

CHICAGO

top new restaurants

Photo provided by Osteria di Eataly in Chicago.

Cellar Door Provisions – Logan Square
The best things we ate and drank in 2016 – Chicago Tribune
A rustic BYOB restaurant, Cellar Door Provisions offers farm-to-table American fare for breakfast and lunch, including country bread, quiche, and egg dishes, plus a three-course prix fixe weekend dinner menu. | Grab your table at Cellar Door Provisions now.

Il Pesce – River North
James Beard Foundation Best Restaurateur
Located at Eataly, Il Pesce offers fresh seafood including antipasti, oysters, and whole-fish presentations using fresh, responsibly sourced fish. | Grab your table at Il Pesce now.

La Pizza & La Pasta – River North
10 Amazing Chicago Pizzas to Try Right Now – Zagat
Another great spot within Eataly, La Pizza & La Pasta focuses on two-beloved Italian dishes: Napoli-style pizza and al dente pasta. Complement the seasonal selections with antipasti, beer, and wine. | Grab your table at La Pizza & La Pasta.

Lula Cafe – Logan Square
Michelin Bib Gourmand
A longstanding neighborhood restaurant, Lula Cafe serves seasonally driven, farm-to-table dishes with adventurous options for vegetarians and meat and fish from sustainable sources. | Grab your table at Lula Cafe.

Osteria di Eataly – River North
James Beard Foundation Best Restaurateur
Using simple, fresh ingredients, Osteria di Eataly serves a full Italian meal, including antipasti, pastas, meat and seafood entrees, dessert, and wine. | Grab your table at Osteria di Eataly.

Slightly Toasted – The Loop
January’s Coolest Restaurant Openings in the U.S. – USA TODAY
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Slightly Toasted dishes out a variety of salads, sandwiches, and creative toasts, plus whiskey, beer, and speciality coffee drinks. | Grab your table at Slightly Toasted now.

The Barn – Evanston
The Hottest Restaurants in Chicago Feb 2017 – Eater
A “meat-centric hideaway,” The Barn is a homage to owner Amy Morton’s legendary father, restaurateur Arnie Morton (Morton’s Steakhouse), offering table-side salad service and prime heritage Angus steaks. | Grab your table at The Barn now.

NEW YORK

top new restaurants

Photo provided by Hanoi House in New York.

abcV – Union Square
The 45 Most Anticipated NYC Openings of Fall 2016 – Zagat
From Jean-Georges Vongerichten (ABC Kitchen, ABC Cocina) comes abcV, a highly-anticipated vegetarian restaurant currently serving breakfast and lunch and soon dinner. | Grab your table at abcV now.

Blake Lane – Upper East Side
The 45 Most Anticipated NYC Openings of Fall 2016 – Zagat
Blake Lane is a California-style restaurant on the Upper East Side that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner using locally sourced and organic ingredients. | Grab your table at Blake Lane now.

Hanoi House – East Village
January’s coolest restaurant openings in the U.S. – USA TODAY
From Stephen Starr alumni comes Hanoi House, a Vietnamese restaurant inspired by the native chef’s upbringing. Reservations are available for parties of six or more. | Grab your table at Hanoi House now.

The Flower Shop – Little Italy
7 Party Hot Spots Opening in New York – The New York Times
From Major Food Group alumnus William Tisch (Dirty French, Parm), The Flower Shop delivers elevated American gastropub fare, including small plates, comforting entrees, and cocktails. | Grab your table at The Flower Shop now.

San Francisco

top new restaurants

Photo provided by The Bywater in Los Gatos.

The Bywater – Los Gatos
Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016
Founded by David Kinch, chef of the three-Michelin star Manresa restaurant, The Bywater celebrates New Orleans, the city where Kinch first learned how to cook, with dishes like fried green tomatoes and po’boys. | Grab your table at The Bywater now.

Calafia – Palo Alto
Where Tech Deals Are Made – SFGate
Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, Calafia serves Asian/Latin-inspired California cuisine — think salads, tacos, burgers, and pizzas — using organic, locally sourced ingredients. | Grab your table at Calafia now.

Mayfield – Palo Alto
A Complete Guide To Eating In Palo Alto And The Rest Of The Peninsula – The Infatuation
Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, Mayfield offers locally sourced, California cuisine and fresh bread from their adjacent bakery. | Grab your table at Mayfield now.

Pizzeria Delfina – Burlingame
How to Spend 50 Perfect Hours in Burlingame – 7×7
Pizzeria Delfina Burlingame focuses on local, farm-fresh ingredients to craft delicious Neapolitan-inspired pizzas, pasta, salads and antipasti. | Grab your table at Pizzeria Delfina now.

Uma Casa – Noe Valley
The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Feb 2017 – Eater
Inspired by chef Telmo Faria’s childhood and heritage, Uma Casa delivers modern Portuguese dishes meant for sharing using local ingredients and California sensibilities. | Grab your table at Uma Casa now.

WASHINGTON DC

Photo provided by Tiger Fork in Washington DC.

Tiger Fork – Blagden Alley
10 Most Anticipated DC Restaurants of 2017 – Zagat
Tiger Fork, a new restaurant in Blagden Alley from executive chef Irvin Van Oordt and chef/owner Nathan Beauchamp (Fainting Goat), delivers Hong Kong-inspired cuisine, including dim sum, Chinese BBQ, and apothecary cocktails. | Grab your table at Tiger Fork now.

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