February has been a busy month, and we’ve been thrilled to welcome so many great Android diners to Reserve. With so many new diners, we’ve also brought on many new restaurants for anyone to enjoy in Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Read a bit more about our new partners below, or check them out directly in the app to book a delicious meal – whether it’s brunch, lunch or dinner!
- B&G Oysters (South End) – B&G Oysters is Chef Barbara Lynch’s modern take on a classic oyster bar. The menu offers exquisitely fresh seafood including a daily selection of more than 12 different types of oysters. The carefully curated, reasonably priced wine list features selections that compliment everything from smoked salmon and raw ceviche to fried clams and lobster rolls.
- Boston Chops (South End) – Boston Chops offers a casual yet refined twist on classic bistro fare like jumbo shrimp cocktail and roasted bone marrow, as well as more unexpected delicacies including chicken fried sweetbreads and grilled tongue. USDA Prime and Choice steaks are juicy and flavorful, and best enjoyed with a modern interpretation of a classic cocktail or bottle from the towering glass wine room.
- Steak and Whisky (Hermosa Beach) – At this newly opened, modern steakhouse, Chef Tin Vuong serves up dry-aged meats in a variety of cuts, complemented by a long list of more than 80 whiskies and hand-crafted cocktails. Add an impressive 200+ bottle wine list, and this intimate restaurant is guaranteed to be one of the most hard-to-get reservations in the city.
- Causwells (Marina) – Home of one of Thrillist’s 15 Best New Burgers in America, Causwells is a neighborhood American bistro serving shareable, home-style food. Small bites, including deviled eggs and chicken liver mousse toast, are balanced by heartier fare like cornmeal crusted catfish and smoked pork grilled cheese. The seasonally driven menu features local ingredients, a thoughtful wine list and an array of craft beers.
- Hecho (Castro) – Brand new on the scene, Hecho opened in late 2014 offering a unique twist on traditional Mexican cuisine. Focusing on fresh and local ingredients, Hecho specializes in delicious tacos which can be mixed and matched, a wide variety of “poquitos” such as fresh guacamole and queso, and large entrees such as fajitas, mussels and salads. An ample bar offers up some of the best and rarest tequila and mezcal drinks in the city.
- Jardinière (Hayes Valley) – Set in a beautiful landmark building, Jardinière features the award winning French-California cuisine of Chef Traci Des Jardin. The menu changes nightly to reflect the bounty of the season through beautifully prepared, sustainable ingredients. Guests can enjoy craft cocktails or delicious wines from every corner of the globe.
- PABU (Financial District) – This modern izakaya and sushi bar is a dream brought to life for Chef Ken Tominaga and restaurateur Michael Mina. Located in the landmark 101 California space, PABU combines rustic, old-world Japanese charm with modern, urban sophistication. Guests can pair a la carte selections of chef Ken’s award-winning sushi and sashimi, or enjoy the 8-course Omakase menu, with an array of traditional sakes, cocktails, beer or wine.
- Town Hall (SOMA) – Town Hall is a casual chic restaurant housed in the historic Meco building. The Cajun-inspired menu, with a focus on local ingredients, brings a spicy twist to NorCal’s usual New American cuisine. Diners can enjoy the regional fare, as well as the expansive wine list, at the communal table, bar or patio.
We love bringing you more dining options. Whether you’re in the mood for steak, oysters, fajitas or sashimi, Reserve can help you discover great new places to have a fantastic dining experience. Reach out and welcome our new partners by placing a request through the app. We look forward to seating you soon.
Greg Hong, CEO and Co-Founder