It's entering a crowded field that includes apps like Resy and Reserve.
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"The table is just the start."
What's the point of all these new apps and services if it's still a hassle to eat where you want, when you want?
OpenTable is a partner.
Disrupt kale Caesar salads.
The Priceline Negotiator reportedly had nothing to do with it.
More food photos in restaurants? We shutter to think.
The Waverly Inn is now accepting reservations via OpenTable.
Plus: linking food prices and Egyptian unrest, ice wines out of Oregon, and more, in our morning news roundup.
This is how these kinds of business models work, people.
Thirty percent off at a New York institution, with deals to follow in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.
Plus: Continuity plan for Tavern on the Green and declining Champagne sales, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Harlem condo-dwellers angry about McDonald's and more, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Momofuku Milk Bar gets trademark-happy, and the rise of economy beers, all in our morning news roundup.