Published on November 19, 2014

Welcoming Bacchanal, Fung Tu, Grill 23, Harvest, Huertas, Sam’s and Tartinery to Reserve

It’s been a busy fall, and we’re so excited to welcome so many new guests into Reserve to have better dining experiences in New York, Los Angeles and Boston.

If you’re still waiting for access to Reserve, please know that we’re letting guests in as fast as we can, so hopefully you’ll have access soon!

When you do, you’ll find an even greater number of amazing restaurants to choose from! In just the past three weeks, we’ve been thrilled to welcome the following wonderful restaurants onto Reserve in New York and Boston:

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Bacchanal (New York) - Located inside the recently renovated Sohotel New York, Bacchanal is a modern bistro featuring an American menu pulling influences from Italy, Spain and France. They also boast an innovative cocktail program and extensive wine list focusing on Old World selections.

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Fung Tu (New York) - On the border of the Lower East Side and Chinatown, Fung Tu features a creative and personal style of Chinese-American food, driven by Chef Jonathan Wu. The cuisine is complemented by a terroir-driven beverage program in a modern, beautifully designed dining room.

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Grill 23 (Boston) - For over 30 years, Grill 23 has delivered world class service and amazing steaks from its bustling, two story restaurant in the Back Bay. Expect white smocked servers, glistening gold railings and marble pillars. The meat is exclusively USDA prime from Brandt Beef in California and all seafood is dayboat. Their bar, a gilded mainstay, offers an expansive scotch program with flights of rare single malts. Their wine list, 1,500 selections strong, includes both classic chateaux of Bordeaux and hard to find cult Cabernets and Super Tuscans.

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Harvest (Cambridge) - Located in the heart of Harvard Square, Executive Chef Mary Dumont presents contemporary New England cuisine focused on the region’s freshest ingredients. Harvest provides a welcome respite from the fast-paced world outside. Their newly re-designed open kitchen, spacious bar, and fireside dining create an elegant yet comfortable interior. Linden trees shade to the Garden Terrace, Harvest’s private garden café that boasts fireside dining, blooming flower boxes, and heaters for chilly nights.

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Huertas (New York) - Chef Jonah Miller serves an ever-changing 5 course Spanish tasting menu in the intimate back dining room of Huertas in the East Village. The Menu del Día is seasonally driven and is heavily inspired by the Basque country of Northern Spain.

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Sam’s (Boston) - Sam’s is about the local bounty of New England’s farms and artisans; the simplicity of an American Diner; the endless and timeless appeal of the French Bistro menu; and the warmth and welcoming spirit of home. Located above Louis Boston on Fan Pier, Sam’s offers stunning views of the Boston skyline and waterfront from their 45 dining room seats or 80 patio seats.

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Tartinery (New York) - A refuge from bustling Nolita sidewalks,  Tartinery’s flagship restaurant blooms. Chalkboard surfaces and reclaimed brick frame the space, a combination of chill, cozy, and inviting. Snag a table and whittle away pleasurable hours over bright salads, beautiful tartines, nuanced wine, and lively conversation.

So the next time you feel like trying someplace new, just open up Reserve. We’ll be happy to help get you seated.

Happy dining,

Maggie Rold, Head of Expansion

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