Who’s New on Reserve? November 2016 Roundup

Here’s our gift to you this holiday season: reservations at some of the most delicious restaurants in your cities — Boston / New England, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco Bay Area and Washington DC — now available exclusively on Reserve.

Grab your table now:




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Photo of taquitos provided by Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar in Boston.

Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar – South Boston
Boston’s 7 Hottest Mexican Restaurants – Zagat
Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar dishes out Baja-influenced Mexican fare and creative, shareable seafood plates, as well as inventive cocktails, mezcal, and tequila. | Grab your table at Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar now.

Firebrand Saints – Kendall Square
The Most Smartphone Friendly Restaurants in Boston – Zagat
Firebrand Saints dishes out innovative burgers and other New American fare to pair with beers and craft cocktails. | Grab your table at Firebrand Saints now.


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Photo of BBQ Bao provided by WonFun Chinese in Chicago.

Bernie’s Lunch & Supper – River North
Chicago’s 14 Hottest Rooftop Bars and Terraces – Eater
Open for brunch, lunch, and dinner, Bernie’s Lunch & Supper dishes out small plates, sandwiches, and wood-fired entrees, plus cocktails, beers, and wines. | Grab your table at Bernie’s Lunch & Supper now.

Elske – West Loop
The Most Anticipated New Chicago Restaurants Fall 2016 – Eater
From power culinary couple David (Blackbird) and Anna (The Publican) Posey, Elske offers a Nordic-influenced New American eight-course tasting menu, plus a la carte options. | Grab your table at Elske now.

Fonda Frontera – Wicker Park
Chicago’s Best Mexican Restaurants – Zagat
A Mexico City-inspired neighborhood restaurant from award-winning chef Rick Bayless, Fonda Frontera serves raw bar selections — oysters, ceviche, and cocteles — tacos, burgers, and tlayudas (Mexican flatbread). | Grab your table at Fonda Frontera now.

Ixcateco Grill – Albany Park
Best New Restaurants 2016 – Chicago Magazine
A lively BYOB spot, Ixcateco Grill serves masterfully prepared authentic seasonal dishes from the southern and central regions of Mexico. | Grab your table at Ixcateco Grill now.

WonFun Chinese – West Loop
The Hottest Restaurants in Chicago Right Now, December 2016 – Eater
In a refurbished warehouse, WonFun offers Sichuan classics and creative dishes with a modern twist, as well as family-style Chinese feasts, cocktails, and beer. | Grab your table at WonFun Chinese now.


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Photo of seafood tacos provided by Seamore’s in New York.

Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels – SoHo
Best Wine Bar 2015 – Village Voice
A Paris-based wine bar from the team behind Experimental Cocktail Club, Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels dishes out French-Mediterranean small plates and regional wines. | Grab your table at Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels.

Dimes – Lower East Side
4 Stars – Eater
Beloved among downtown creatives, Dimes dishes out health-conscious, inventive fare – think colorful vegetable plates and abstract cocktails – in an airy, artful space. | Grab your table at Dimes now.

Lalo – Chinatown
The Best New Restaurants In NYC, December 2016 – The Infatuation
Lalo offers globally influenced Mexican-American plates portioned for “single,” “lovers,” and “familia,” plus cocktails and wine. | Grab your table at Lalo now.

MáLà Project – East Village
The 15 Best Trendy Places in the East Village – Foursquare
MáLà Project dishes out Sichuan cuisine, including Chinese dry pot (a variation on Sichuan-style hot pot), appetizers, and dim sum, as well as beer and wine. | Grab your table at MáLà Project.

Seamore’s – Little Italy
NY’s 20 Hottest Restaurants – Zagat 2015
A sustainable seafood restaurant from acclaimed restaurateur Michael Chernow of The Meatball Shop, Seamore’s dishes out fresh, local fish to pair with its coastal wines and New York-brewed beers. Previously walk-ins only, Seamore’s is now taking reservations exclusively through Reserve. | Grab your table at Seamore’s now.


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Photo of shrimp fried rice provided by Trio in Philadelphia.

Ambra – Queen Village
The 10 Sexiest New Restaurants and Bars in Philly – Zagat
An intimate Italian restaurant, Ambra offers a four-course prix fixe menu which includes a choice between two antipasti, primi, secondi and dolce, with supplementary cheese and wine pairings. | Grab your table at Ambra now.

B2 Bluefin – Bala Cynwyd
Most Anticipated Fall 2016 Philadelphia Area Openings –
From Yong Kim, the renowned owner and head chef of Bluefin Restaurant in East Norriton, B2 delivers sushi, as well as exciting Asian specialty dishes, premium sake, and craft beer. | Grab your table at B2 Bluefin now.

Bourbon Blue – Manayunk
Best Restaurants in Manayunk – Zagat
Bourbon Blue dishes out New Orleans-inspired American fare, including small plates, sandwiches, salads, and generous entrees. | Grab your table at Bourbon Blue now.

Flying Fish Crafthouse – Brewerytown
Ten-Time Medal Winners at the Great American Beer Festival
Flying Fish Crafthouse serves American fare — think salads, burgers, and sandwiches — using made in-house or locally sourced ingredients, as well as exclusive small batch beers from Flying Fish Brewing Company, wine, and liquor. | Grab your table at Flying Fish Crafthouse now.

Friday Saturday Sunday- Rittenhouse Square
Philly’s 10 Most Important Restaurant Openings of 2016 – Zagat
A Rittenhouse Square institution, FriSatSun delivers delicious American fare, wine, beer, and cocktails.| Grab your table at Friday Saturday Sunday now.

Trio – Fairmount
Top Spots for Thai Food in Philadelphia – CBS Philly
Trio is a Thai-Asian BYOB that offers fusion cuisine and delicious mixers. The triple-story restaurant features an outdoor deck and a warm, laid-back ambience. | Grab your table at Trio now.

Res Ipsa – Rittenhouse Square
21 Chefs Key to Continuing Philly’s Restaurant Boom – Billy Penn
An all-day cafe, Res Ipsa serves fresh pasta, sandwiches, and salads in a relaxed, cozy space. | Grab your table at Res Ipsa now.


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Photo of The Saratoga Burger provided by The Saratoga in San Francisco.

Chalkboard – Healdsburg
Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016
Chalkboard offers a daily-changing menu of dishes — think crudos, handmade pastas, and fresh seafood — that highlight ingredients from its gardens. A great option for NYE, Chalkboard is offering a special four-course prix fixe and optional wine pairing. | Grab your table at Chalkboard.

Motze – Mission
7 New Restaurants to Try in November – 7×7 Magazine
A limited-time restaurant, Motze offers a dynamic family-style, prix fixe menu using ingredients from Yountville’s Full Table Farms, plus wines and beers. | Grab your table at Motze now.

The Saratoga – Nob Hill
The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, December 2016 – Eater
From the team behind Spruce and Village Pub comes The Saratoga, a bar and restaurant dishing out upscale bar fare and inventive cocktails in a historic, glamorous space. | Grab your table at The Saratoga now.

Scoma’s – Fisherman’s Wharf
Best of the Best: San Francisco’s Most Popular Restaurants – Zagat
A Fisherman’s Wharf favorite for over half a century, Scoma’s went from being a coffee shop for fishermen to a restaurant that serves a fresh daily catch, craft cocktails, and an award-winning wine list. | Grab your table at Scoma’s.


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Photo of handmade pastas provided by Sfoglina in Washington DC.

Ricciuti’s – Olney, MD
Where to Eat in Montgomery County
Ricciuti’s highlights locally grown, seasonal ingredients in its Italian small and large plates and brick-oven pizzas. Warm green walls, a fireplace, and patio seating make the cozy restaurant the perfect place to relax with a bottle of wine or some cocktails. | Grab your table at Ricciuti’s.

Sfoglina – Van Ness
2015 Restaurateurs of the Year – The Washingtonian
From acclaimed restaurateurs Fabio and Maria Trabocchi, Sfoglina offers Italian small plates, both classic and seasonal handmade pasta dishes, and a regional wine list. | Grab your table at Sfoglina.

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