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Annie Stoll of Delfina on Achieving Longevity in the Hospitality Industry

One of Reserve's first partners and ambitious restaurateur, Annie Stoll has five restaurants (and one more on the...

Another Reason to Reserve at the Beard House

We're pleased to announce that Reserve has partnered with the James Beard Foundation (JBF), the nation’s prestigious...

Reserve appoints Amazon veteran Michael Wesner as COO

We're thrilled to announce we've hired Michael Wesner, a former Leader at Amazon Restaurants, as our Chief Operating...

Who’s New on Reserve? August 2017 Roundup

Reserve is excited to announce that we’re now live in Denver, Colorado and Atlanta, Georgia. You can now explore...

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Yes, Please! 15 Table Manners to Make You the Perfect Guest

Having great manners never goes out of style. From tactfully letting the chef know about a food allergy to the proper way to eat finger foods, good table etiquette can go a long way.

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What Makes it Mediterranean? These 5 Major Ingredients

Popular in the US for decades because of a winning combination of healthy benefits and delicious flavors, Mediterranean cuisine keeps winning fans.  With an emphasis on fresh vegetables, lean meats like fish and the good healthy fats found in...

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Mezcal vs. Tequila: What You Need to Know

Tequila has been a staple on cocktail menus across the country for years, but its smoky flavored relative — mezcal — is reaching new heights of popularity. Made from largely the same ingredients as tequila, mezcal is beginning to catch up as an...

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Make it Grains: Different Types & How to Eat Them

As a staple in diets around the world, we love grains in many forms: breads, pastas, cereals and beer to name a few. But with terms like “whole grain,” “gluten free,” and “ancient grain” being used more and more frequently, all the types...

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Gin vs. Vodka: What You Need to Know

Vodka and gin are both grain-based spirits with a rich tradition of European distilling. Vodka is often associated with Russia; famous premium brands such as Stolichnaya, Russian Standard and Smirnoff were founded there. The Russians trace their...

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About Rosé

Summertime means lazy weekends at the beach or the park, easygoing barbecues with friends and staying cool through it all with the perfect, ultra-refreshing libation, rosé. Find out how it’s made, plus a few more fun facts about our favorite pink...

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5 Beer Brewing Terms to Geek Out About

For beer lovers, there’s nothing better than an ice cold brew. If you’re like us, you know that there are lots of unfamiliar beer “buzz” words floating around that could help deepen your appreciation. Here’s a top list of beer brewing terms every...

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How to Eat During Passover: 5 Things to Know

Passover has arrived, and so have all the foods that come with it! The annual holiday, which commemorates the liberation of the Jews from slavery, begins with a Passover seder and lasts for eight days thereafter. During this time, there are a lot...

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The Real Difference Between Whiskey, Bourbon, Scotch & Rye

Ever wondered what the difference is between whiskey vs bourbon? How about scotch vs rye? If you think they’re all the same, think again. Whiskeys come in many forms, and we’re here to help you distinguish between the three main types (bourbon,...

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10 Italian Food Words You Need to Know

What’s the difference between marinara and pomodoro sauce? How about ricotta and mascarpone? Aren’t ice cream and gelato the same thing? These are just a few of the questions we’ve asked ourselves when trying to decide what to eat off a trattoria...

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