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Reserve arrives in San Francisco

Starting today, Reserve’s digital concierge service is available in San Francisco, just in time to make dining better during the holiday season. From getting you a table to making payment so effortless that you don’t have to take out your wallet or phone, Reserve helps improve your experience, every step of the way.

From the Embarcadero to Ocean Beach, we’ve partnered with restaurants known for their excellent food, service and ambience. Our partners share our love of hospitality, and embody the cuisine and traditions San Francisco is known for. Hungry for a slice of San Franciscan levain toast to start a sustainably-sourced meal just a short stroll from the Pacific? Outerlands has a table for you. Or maybe you’re looking for a coveted spot at one of the West Coast’s two Michelin-starred sushi restaurants? Maruya and Kusakabe have you covered. Whether it’s date night at Foreign Cinema or a power lunch at One Market, Reserve is here to assist.

Once you’ve downloaded Reserve and registered for the service, give us a few details and we’ll go to work to get you seated. It’s that simple. We’ll text you updates on the status of your request. At the restaurant, Reserve works in the background to help you enjoy your meal and make payment easy. Since your credit or debit card and tipping preferences are stored in the app, the bill will automatically be charged to your card on file, with Reserve’s concierge fee, tax and tip all taken care of. After the meal, your feedback helps us make future dining experiences even better.

To use Reserve in San Francisco, visit the App Store and download the app. As in our other cities, we’ll be letting new diners into the service in waves, and we’ll get you in as soon as we can. If you’re an Android user, visit reserve.com/Android to sign up to be notified when our Android app is ready.

Happy dining,

Greg Hong, CEO and Co-Founder

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