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OpenTable: Restaurants Near Me

OpenTable: Restaurants Near Me

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    Feeling hungry? Expecting to get a table without a reservation in NYC borders on being fiction. Even the simplest burger joint can be packed. This is why you want to use OpenTable. It will help you get those last minute reservations and avoid waiting for hours.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    One of the best ways to have a romantic night is to find a great restaurant for you and your date. Whether you prefer drinks and appetizers at 6 or a full dinner at 7, having a reservation makes everything easier especially on the weekend.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Waiting 2 hours for a table can ruin just about any dining experience. Thankfully, OpenTable lets you make reservations in advance right from your mobile phone. In addition to allowing you to reserve a spot, Opentable gives you cash back and other rewards just for eating.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Planning a brunch with 10 of your friends on a Sunday? Don't hassle yourself, use Opentable to reserve a table in advance to some of the best brunch places in town. What's more is you can even use this app to send RSVP invites to your friends so you'll know who can come.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    The best way to get inspiration for new meals to prepare at home is to go out and try new things at various restaurants. This app lets you book a table at 52,000 restaurants around the globe and provides insight on what to expect while you are there. It's a great app for any avid travelers who also love discovering new and delicious meals.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    You can access over 52,000 restaurants worldwide and remotely view their menus, photos, special promotions, and even reviews left by previous customers. It can be a real life saver when you need to book a romantic dinner but don't know where to go.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    It's pretty hard to beat the taste of a fantastic burger, but finding a good burger joint is 1 in a million. Luckily, OpenTable lets you discover popular restaurants nearby, preview their menus, and reserve a seat.
    img by Kim
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When you have a restaurant, you want to make sure your customers are fed and happy without a 2-hour wait. That's why an app like OpenTable can be so helpful. It allows customers to make reservations so they know when they can come and enjoy your food.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Eating at a mediocre restaurant is a perfect waste of time. If you're looking for some fine dining not more than 10 miles from your home, you can use one app to search by cuisine, get curated recommendations, and make reservations at some prize-winning establishments.
    img by David
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When you're visiting a place as gorgeous as Niagara Falls, the last thing you'd want is to spend 2 or 3 hours browsing the net for a place to eat. You can speed up the process, search by category, use filters, and even book on the spot.
    img by Steve
    1 year ago
  • Good App, but Needs Improvement Dec 17, 2018

    By Cucina Saporita
    I love the convenience of making reservations on this app, but I’ve given it 3 stars as it needs some improvements to go from good to great. OpenTable is great as most places use it, but if a competitor were to come up with a better user experience, I’d switch in a heartbeat. 1) Needs functionality to redeem points for dining coupons electronically. It’s 2018, why can’t I get a barcode that can be scanned at a restaurant? I tried to redeem points last weekend and it said to go to my desktop...some folks don’t even use a desktop outside of work. This is a huge miss. 2) Needs a better layout of local restaurants and navigation. I’ll search for local restaurants and after listing a few, it jumps to those 20 miles away. I’m in a huge metro suburb and I want to narrow in on a certain town and not get mixed results with places far away. I go out a lot and do a mix of city and suburbs but for folks not familiar with the area, it could be deceiving. For example, searching for something close by and you see an interesting place and don’t realize it’s further than you wanted until you click on the restaurant to explore.
  • Fair Review? Apr 11, 2021

    By Jojoclown
    Overall? I am very happy I can reserve in advance and not have to worry about long wait times while on vacation. Good Job! However, the app to get you to “some” places are not accurate, and when I called the restaurant no one answered, which isn’t all of the OD App’s fault, but the horrible directions from their link to the restaurant in the app is an oversight that can be fixed. I did appreciate that when they contacted me in email to remind me it is courteous to cancel reservations (i.e., as I DID already try, due to no fault of my own or lack of effort) the context of their email left a tone that didn’t assume it was ALL the customer (my) mistake. The email left a kind of open, placing no exact fault on any one party as the email just went over the correct procedure to cancel for next time kind of thing. I found no negative remarks in my account as a result of this mix-up, which was how it should have went. This is why I am trying Open Table again, and still providing a good score of 4/5. Honestly 4.5; but that isn’t an option. Good App Overall. Fix these little quirks like, a direct link to the restaurant’s email account, so when someone cannot get through on phone, the company can go see what is up, and then can offer up the canceled seat in real time to another party on the waiting list; thus, leaving everyone covered, and common courtesies can be given between all parties.
  • Nov 29, 2021

    By Stuart Taylor
    Open Table is a value-added app in many ways, I can't give it 5 stars for two reasons. One, they're missing too many restaurants so you still need multiple reservation apps. Two, the search functionality is pretty klugie, it doesn't always find the restaurant you're seeking due to looking in the wrong city or other context sensitive issues that the app misses.
  • Nov 30, 2021

    By Peter Saltz
    not a very good app - no memory, no smarts, not a modern design - more or less functional. (Update 12/21). App has not really improved much and there seem to be less and less restaurants on the site. Places I frequent are missing. Generally easier to pick a restaurant and call. I have also had a couple of experiences where the restaurant recognizes your Open table booking but does not honor ( and favors non-open table reservations - left one restaurant recently as they we're at30 min late
  • Above average but not great food. Service was great. Aug 15, 2021

    By j3jjj2jj2
    We sat at bar first for drinks. Nice selection of drinks for resort. I was very pleased with wines/ wine list. Bartenders seemed very knowledgeable. One could have been a little friendlier. So I read a review about the chef and staff snd food. We tried the shareable bread. It was good not great. I was excepting a very rustic complex bread. We had dinner and I ask about their bread. We tried the sour dough with grains. ***** five stars. Very fresh and rustic and light. Yummmmmmy. Our waitress was very knowledgeable and friendly and made our experience pleasant. I tried a few red wines. Very pleased. My wife had some cocktails that she was happy with. I tried the Neopolaltin pizza. 7.3. Good flavor margarita pizza. Crust was flat. Nice and light crust. Pizza had slightly to much sauce. But I like the sauce. The cheese was very Goood but sparse. It tasted very good. Just not great. My wife had plan pasta with basil and garlic and oil. It was very good. Yet lack some oil or butter. But that was my wife’s faults. LoL. I had the ceviche. Very citric and at one point fishey. I did enjoy it. But the citric over powered the ceviche. I definitely recommend this place. We will be back for the service, location and food and complimentary valet. We plan to go back to try there signature dishes.
  • Dec 2, 2021

    By David Lindsay
    Never disappointed. App makes it easy to find that special place, wherever you are. And besides booking in advance, the app can occasionally get you in when the host on the door cannot.
  • True Food Kitchen Sep 21, 2021

    By meals from the heart
    It’s been maybe three weeks since we evacuated for Ida. Upon returning to Nola yesterday evening we were of course hungry from a days traveling and decided to order from our go to the true food kitchen. Besides their dishes being just plain good the service is also above board as if you have real and or serious food allergies the staff will go out of their way and pleasantly I might add to ensure that you don’t get anything you shouldn’t. The staff are never put off by that so if you like me have actual and not pretend n fashionable food allergies you might call the kitchen and they’ll go all out for you! Having been here working since May (4 plus months) True Food Kitchen is a perfect go to for lunch or more so dinner when you’ve just walked in the door and not really wanting to whip up something on your own. I’ve tried a few different delivery services yet have found ordering directly from the kitchens website is best and again you can always call it in..
  • Nov 23, 2021

    By Lynn Stein
    I wish 7:00pm or 7:30pm reservations were more readily available. I did not like that points expired in 2020, when it was difficult to impossible to dine out to increase points.
  • Mostly good Nov 4, 2017

    By SF987654
    It's a useful service that I've used for years but there are a couple of annoying things about the app: 1) first of all, because you're on mobile, the app defaults you to "book a table near me now" mode and it's a little hard to navigate out of that. Most of the time I'm using the app, it's because I'm on the go or in a meeting - not because I need a table right then. It's annoying to constantly figure out how to book a table for a future date, in a distant neighborhood. It takes way too many clicks to do this. App designers: there's more than one mobile use case; more than one user journey. 2) rebooking a table doesn't seem to work. I tried at various times of the day and kept getting error messages, or no error just no success. I ended up having to call the restaurant directly which to me, defeats a lot of the purpose of OpenTable. Also, as others have noted, using rewards is a pain. This is the fault of the company, not the app, so it doesn't figure into my app rating, but I would advise against giving an Open Table gift certificate as a gift to anyone. There are way too many limitations, rules, and annoying steps to redeem.
  • Nov 21, 2021

    By Patricia Meagher
    I love using OpenTable especially when visiting cities where I've never been before. The combination of user reviews for restaurants, combined with open tables recommendation based on time and availability, make selecting a place to dine easier than having to search by individual restaurant.
  • Totally Bloated Jun 12, 2021

    By cmillet
    At first, I thought all the reviews and photos and “Yelp” like stuff was cool. But the reason I was using the app was to make a reservation, and that’s where things went south, at least compared to earlier versions of the app. Long story short, once you’re on the restaurant detail page, there is no clear way to make a reservation, or there are so many other options that it’s confusing. I ended up “saving”, thinking that would “save” my reservation, but when I showed up at the restaurant, all I got was a snarky gen-z hostess refusing to give me a table (even though there were a half dozen open tables in sight and only two reservations on her list). I’m not happy with Cane Rosso, but I also understand snarky teenage hostesses are all they can afford. I’m very unhappy with how bloated open table has become. Especially since I clicked on a link on Cane Rosso’s website and it took me right down this rabbit hole. It may have something to do with the fact I was on mobile and had to turn it sideways to get all the options. I know it can work, last week I followed the same procedure with Tupelo Honey and my reservation was seamless. Not the same experience with all restaurants, and that’s a problem, especially when you’re with your entire family, your starving, and the hostess could care less. In conclusion, this app needs better implementation across all restaurants and the need to simplify the restaurant detail page.
  • Nov 30, 2021

    By Ian Schemp
    Huge annoyance is that I can't click a button and add my reservation to my gCal... on my Google phone, booked using my Google login. Dropped this app from 5 to 2 stars. Also there's a ton of restaurants missing.
  • What a mess. Jun 15, 2019

    By HahahaComedy
    I've had this app for about 5 minutes and I'm ready to delete it. I booked a table on my desktop and it asked me for my email address for the confirmation. Then it said to open an account to keep track of the reservation and have me the option of logging in with Google (which is different than my email address I used to send the confirmation). So I went to my account and sure enough the reservation isn't there. I try downloading the app and guess what? No option to log in with Google on the app. So I go back to the desktop to change the password because my Google password doesn't work on the "log in with open table" option. I get into the app, no reservations. I go to the email confirmation I received and click on change/view reservation and it of course takes me to my profile page for the account with no reservations. So I click on add to calendar and invite Google email to my own reservation. In the account I get a notification that I was invited, and then accept. Then I click on upcoming reservations and there are no reservations. And the alert icon is still red letting me know I was invited to my own reservation.
  • Nov 22, 2021

    By Matt Forbes
    I book at two main restaurants but the app usually won't show them to me. I have to search or find history. The app will even suggest restaurants 'like' one of my two but not my two. So aggravating!
  • Useless when searching Nov 23, 2018

    By SVWIL
    As other reviewers pointed out, when you know exactly which restaurant you want to go and when, using the app is a no-brainer - book, dine, and get points. However, when searching for future dates, for example, when planning vacation travel, is AGGRAVATING. The app keeps resetting to 2 people today. I like using map view to search, and I’d zoom out to widen the area, click “redo search” - a whole bunch of options pop up, but when you click on them turns out they aren’t available at the selected time and it literally just brings up all the restaurants in that area regardless of time and date you are trying to search. Developers clearly know of this issue, as it even brings up a pop-up box asking if you want to update your search to the criteria you set previously - but even after you click “Yes”, it runs the search and again the results are populated with restaurants that do not have availability at times you are looking for. USELESS! Fix this please!
  • Points expire and no customer service Apr 5, 2021

    By SeanDiegan
    I’ve had this app for 10 years and had used it whenever I made a reservation. The big problem with this app and the reason I’m deleting it, is that your points expire. That would be a big deal if they hadn’t let them expire in. Year where there was a pandemic. In my opinion, they took advantage of the situation and cleared their liability in a yess as r where no one could make reservations. I think this company does bad business and there are plenty of other means of making a reservation. Previously I wrote this a few years ago too when it happened: I’ve been using the app for several years now and should have over 2000 points but despite being able to see all my reservation history, the points are suddenly down to 200. I emailed the app about it but my email went unanswered. The app is useless if the points expire. I’m sure they’re making fees from the reservation, but then they limit how long you get your points? That’s crap...and so is the app.
  • Was Excited to Enjoy and Let Down Mar 17, 2019

    By MN_Bulldog
    My wife and i are in Park City for a long weekend of skiing and snowboarding. Tonight was out last night here and we were out to celebrate. I have celiac so was excited that they had a massive menu I could enjoy. I also work and travel a ton to Japan so even more excited. We arrived 20 min early. Was going to enjoy a cocktail. We were rudely told we will not be able to sit you for 30 min. That’s fine so we walked around Main St. We came back down at 8:28. At 9:00 still have not sat down. We were placed at the bar so we were “out of the way”. 15-20 minutes later tables were open yet we were still parked. I was tired. My wife was tired. And truthfully did not feel welcome at this place. The food smelled fantastic yet the customer service was terrible. Should have know this would be the case when we arrived people coming up were like don’t even bother. These people are goofy and it’s not worth your time. A great night planned for a great dinner ended with so so pizza a few doors down. Move on people.
  • Horrible Nov 10, 2019

    By mdlsal
    I have never written a review before but I had to do it. We live in Rittenhouse square and we go out to dinner almost every night. This experience was the worst. We were seated at a bar facing the kitchen. When I asked to be moved I was told that there were no open tables. There were 3 tables of 2 behind us and nobody sat there the entire time. So we were left to watch the chef pick his nails while I was looking into the eye of two dead fish about a foot away from me. The waiters kept on cleaning off the counter where they placed the food and push the crumbs onto our table. The chefs keep on stacking bowls higher and higher in front of the counter in front of us. I ordered a shrimp cocktail and it was in a bowl of what looked and tasted like a bowl of warm milk. It was so bad. Our waiter with the long beard and deep voice who shared with us that he was also a DJ was great. We will never go back here again. They should be ashamed of themselves, especially when the reservation was set about 2 months before
  • Read this review Jul 5, 2020

    By Jay 853
    My friends and wanted to go eat a STK restaurant. I went online to find reservation details, and had to download the open table app. I created an account and found the restaurant via the app. After a while I was able to make a reservation at 7:30pm, and got my confirmation. When we got to the restaurant it was closed! (Another victim of the Covid crisis) This place hadn’t been open for months, but Open table was still taking reservations. While outside the restaurant, trying to figure out what had happened with the app, I noticed something strange. Somehow the app booked me a reservation in Mexico, at a restaurant with the same name! In Mexico!! I gave permission to the app to use my location, and we were nowhere near Mexico, but it made us reservation at a restaurant over 3000 miles away. Even if I had a F-15 fueled and ready to go, I couldn’t possibly make in time. The app totally failed, if you own a restaurant there are much more effective ways to do online reservations!
  • We won’t go back Dec 5, 2020

    By Won't fo back - Bad Everything
    Nothing worse than tasteless poorly prepared Italian food. Not only was the pasta overcooked, but it was not strained, so the water it was cooked in diluted the tasteless bolognese sauce. The white bean soup was served cold and equally tasteless. After waiting a few minutes for the waitress to bring salt and pepper, I asked the manager who brought them. It was better, but now really cold. We needed something to help the food so I asked for bread. Again, after another lengthy wait, it came when we could not eat any more of the lousy pasta. Sourdough served with Italian food. Ouch! In summary, the only thing worse than the food was the service. Nice pleasant girl, but she was like a ghost. After simply asking for salt and pepper for already cooled soup, she sat a 4 top, served soda to another table, went back to the 4 top to take their order and then got lost in the back. We left 1/2 the soup and 3/4 of the pasta, but yet not a word or anything after not wanting to take the poor food home.
  • img Community
    Feeling hungry? Expecting to get a table without a reservation in NYC borders on being fiction. Even the simplest burger joint can be packed. This is why you want to use OpenTable. It will help you get those last minute reservations and avoid waiting for hours.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    One of the best ways to have a romantic night is to find a great restaurant for you and your date. Whether you prefer drinks and appetizers at 6 or a full dinner at 7, having a reservation makes everything easier especially on the weekend.
    img by Antonio
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Waiting 2 hours for a table can ruin just about any dining experience. Thankfully, OpenTable lets you make reservations in advance right from your mobile phone. In addition to allowing you to reserve a spot, Opentable gives you cash back and other rewards just for eating.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Planning a brunch with 10 of your friends on a Sunday? Don't hassle yourself, use Opentable to reserve a table in advance to some of the best brunch places in town. What's more is you can even use this app to send RSVP invites to your friends so you'll know who can come.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    The best way to get inspiration for new meals to prepare at home is to go out and try new things at various restaurants. This app lets you book a table at 52,000 restaurants around the globe and provides insight on what to expect while you are there. It's a great app for any avid travelers who also love discovering new and delicious meals.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    You can access over 52,000 restaurants worldwide and remotely view their menus, photos, special promotions, and even reviews left by previous customers. It can be a real life saver when you need to book a romantic dinner but don't know where to go.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    It's pretty hard to beat the taste of a fantastic burger, but finding a good burger joint is 1 in a million. Luckily, OpenTable lets you discover popular restaurants nearby, preview their menus, and reserve a seat.
    img by Kim
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When you have a restaurant, you want to make sure your customers are fed and happy without a 2-hour wait. That's why an app like OpenTable can be so helpful. It allows customers to make reservations so they know when they can come and enjoy your food.
    img by John
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Eating at a mediocre restaurant is a perfect waste of time. If you're looking for some fine dining not more than 10 miles from your home, you can use one app to search by cuisine, get curated recommendations, and make reservations at some prize-winning establishments.
    img by David
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    When you're visiting a place as gorgeous as Niagara Falls, the last thing you'd want is to spend 2 or 3 hours browsing the net for a place to eat. You can speed up the process, search by category, use filters, and even book on the spot.
    img by Steve
    1 year ago
  • img Expert
    1. Book a table now at 40,000 global restaurants, invite friends to join you, and add the reservation to your calendar, all through the OpenTable app
    2. The more you eat, the more you save! Earn reward points when you dine out and redeem them for future meals
    3. "OpenTable is secretly the best thing on the internet." - Gizmodo

    Reviewed by Laura S on January 17, 2018

  • Good App, but Needs Improvement Dec 17, 2018

    By Cucina Saporita
    I love the convenience of making reservations on this app, but I’ve given it 3 stars as it needs some improvements to go from good to great. OpenTable is great as most places use it, but if a competitor were to come up with a better user experience, I’d switch in a heartbeat. 1) Needs functionality to redeem points for dining coupons electronically. It’s 2018, why can’t I get a barcode that can be scanned at a restaurant? I tried to redeem points last weekend and it said to go to my desktop...some folks don’t even use a desktop outside of work. This is a huge miss. 2) Needs a better layout of local restaurants and navigation. I’ll search for local restaurants and after listing a few, it jumps to those 20 miles away. I’m in a huge metro suburb and I want to narrow in on a certain town and not get mixed results with places far away. I go out a lot and do a mix of city and suburbs but for folks not familiar with the area, it could be deceiving. For example, searching for something close by and you see an interesting place and don’t realize it’s further than you wanted until you click on the restaurant to explore.
  • Dec 2, 2021

    By David Lindsay
    Never disappointed. App makes it easy to find that special place, wherever you are. And besides booking in advance, the app can occasionally get you in when the host on the door cannot.
  • True Food Kitchen Sep 21, 2021

    By meals from the heart
    It’s been maybe three weeks since we evacuated for Ida. Upon returning to Nola yesterday evening we were of course hungry from a days traveling and decided to order from our go to the true food kitchen. Besides their dishes being just plain good the service is also above board as if you have real and or serious food allergies the staff will go out of their way and pleasantly I might add to ensure that you don’t get anything you shouldn’t. The staff are never put off by that so if you like me have actual and not pretend n fashionable food allergies you might call the kitchen and they’ll go all out for you! Having been here working since May (4 plus months) True Food Kitchen is a perfect go to for lunch or more so dinner when you’ve just walked in the door and not really wanting to whip up something on your own. I’ve tried a few different delivery services yet have found ordering directly from the kitchens website is best and again you can always call it in..
  • Nov 21, 2021

    By Patricia Meagher
    I love using OpenTable especially when visiting cities where I've never been before. The combination of user reviews for restaurants, combined with open tables recommendation based on time and availability, make selecting a place to dine easier than having to search by individual restaurant.
  • Thank God this place opened in our neighborhood! Dec 10, 2018

    By Dee Honest Ratings
    All I can say is WOW WOW WOW! We came here for the second time (first time yesterday) and still the same review! Fresh homemade food served as described, but even better! The past two days we have almost tried everything and took food home to go! Amazingly, delicious food and it’s going to be hard not to drive by and stop no matter what! I recommend the calamari, hummus, pizzas, the lamb (doesn’t matter burger or the entree). This place knows the proper cooking temps on the lamb and the “Mediterranean” is truly “Mediterranean” if you know what it should taste like! Also, the talent within the restaurant is professional, well-versed on the menu and the wine list. Customer service is definitely a 5+ along with the food! You have a diverse variety of food to choose from such as pasta, pizza, seafood and it’s all amazing! A must try and you will be hooked! Seriously, it is one of the best restaurants in the valley!
  • Nov 25, 2021

    By Jason Lee
    Use Open Table several times a month to find good eats and book reservations. Always easy to use. The most restaurants use this platform for booking so best set if choices. The system is reliable, I never worry that my reservation won't be locked or cancelled.
  • Performance beginning to degrade Sep 21, 2019

    By Yessamp
    I’ve been using OT for ages, always had awesome experiences but today it was a train wreck. I was trying to dine at the Galvez Bar and Grill in Galveston Texas, after an hour and too much trouble with the wait staff we decided to leave and go at a more reliable restaurant. I tried to use OpenTable to make a reservation and OpenTable said “want to modify your reservation”, I said “yes”. Opentable popped up with “Call the restaurant”. I was one hour into dining. “Hello” Did the app not connect I had already been checked in? The restaurant checked me in on the app. By now I had already told the restaurant I was leaving. I tried to book another restaurant Gaido’s in Galveston Texas but the Open Table reservation would not process. Got to the they said you don’t have a reservation. Tried to reserve again and OT insisted I call again. So I called again spoke to The Galvez they said they were cancelling. Still the OpenTable app would not let me cancel. After dining at Gaido’s the app does not show Galvez Bar and Grill since it is cancelled and Gaido’s never got logged. The tool was built to simplify, but now they have changed the way their data is managed and so they have broken the process. It was a good many years but I believe OT is about to lose a very loyal customer, not willing to go through OT hassles.
  • A must visit Winery that serves food. Dec 6, 2018

    By Juniorsgv
    As soon as you step in was welcomed with sample of wine. Presented with drink options and then was able to walk around and see what items they had for sale. Unfortunately we didn’t plan this part better and enjoyed the wine experience more. Next time. Off to our reservation we had quite a mix of food. Shrimp Rosotto which was amazing. Chicken sandwich that was listed as a favorite which was also good. The turkey burger though was of a softer consistency and not like a traditional patty. It was good, but not what we were expecting. They did exchange for a regular burger which turned out to be great. We decided after a couple more samples each to indulge in monthly membership and will definitely be returning. It’s amazing seeing all of the wines they offer from their own branding it’s pretty overwhelming actually. But now with a membership we can try them all.
  • Nov 20, 2021

    By Richard Delgado
    OpenTable is easy to navigate and could not be more convenient for booking a reservation at many of our favorite places.
  • We were impressed! Nov 13, 2021

    By one impressed diner
    Last night was our first time dining at this establishment. We were greeted upon arrival and addressed (by name) when seated at our table. Marc introduced himself and gave us the overview of the restaurant. Then talked to us about their delish appetizers. We chose the crab cakes. They were delish and the sauce served with them, so good. Our next course, my husband and I ordered salads…my son, lobster Mac and cheese. Our main courses arrived and what a presentation. We had a combination of red snapper, steak and chicken cordon blue. We were not disappointed. Lastly, coffee and chocolate cake. The cake is huge, so we split between the three of us. It was a perfect choose. If you haven’t tried this place…go!! The ambiance is so pretty, it’s quiet, the food is delish. Ask for Marc….he sure has a calling for serving!! 🤍
  • Fair Review? Apr 11, 2021

    By Jojoclown
    Overall? I am very happy I can reserve in advance and not have to worry about long wait times while on vacation. Good Job! However, the app to get you to “some” places are not accurate, and when I called the restaurant no one answered, which isn’t all of the OD App’s fault, but the horrible directions from their link to the restaurant in the app is an oversight that can be fixed. I did appreciate that when they contacted me in email to remind me it is courteous to cancel reservations (i.e., as I DID already try, due to no fault of my own or lack of effort) the context of their email left a tone that didn’t assume it was ALL the customer (my) mistake. The email left a kind of open, placing no exact fault on any one party as the email just went over the correct procedure to cancel for next time kind of thing. I found no negative remarks in my account as a result of this mix-up, which was how it should have went. This is why I am trying Open Table again, and still providing a good score of 4/5. Honestly 4.5; but that isn’t an option. Good App Overall. Fix these little quirks like, a direct link to the restaurant’s email account, so when someone cannot get through on phone, the company can go see what is up, and then can offer up the canceled seat in real time to another party on the waiting list; thus, leaving everyone covered, and common courtesies can be given between all parties.
  • Nov 29, 2021

    By Stuart Taylor
    Open Table is a value-added app in many ways, I can't give it 5 stars for two reasons. One, they're missing too many restaurants so you still need multiple reservation apps. Two, the search functionality is pretty klugie, it doesn't always find the restaurant you're seeking due to looking in the wrong city or other context sensitive issues that the app misses.
  • Above average but not great food. Service was great. Aug 15, 2021

    By j3jjj2jj2
    We sat at bar first for drinks. Nice selection of drinks for resort. I was very pleased with wines/ wine list. Bartenders seemed very knowledgeable. One could have been a little friendlier. So I read a review about the chef and staff snd food. We tried the shareable bread. It was good not great. I was excepting a very rustic complex bread. We had dinner and I ask about their bread. We tried the sour dough with grains. ***** five stars. Very fresh and rustic and light. Yummmmmmy. Our waitress was very knowledgeable and friendly and made our experience pleasant. I tried a few red wines. Very pleased. My wife had some cocktails that she was happy with. I tried the Neopolaltin pizza. 7.3. Good flavor margarita pizza. Crust was flat. Nice and light crust. Pizza had slightly to much sauce. But I like the sauce. The cheese was very Goood but sparse. It tasted very good. Just not great. My wife had plan pasta with basil and garlic and oil. It was very good. Yet lack some oil or butter. But that was my wife’s faults. LoL. I had the ceviche. Very citric and at one point fishey. I did enjoy it. But the citric over powered the ceviche. I definitely recommend this place. We will be back for the service, location and food and complimentary valet. We plan to go back to try there signature dishes.
  • Mostly good Nov 4, 2017

    By SF987654
    It's a useful service that I've used for years but there are a couple of annoying things about the app: 1) first of all, because you're on mobile, the app defaults you to "book a table near me now" mode and it's a little hard to navigate out of that. Most of the time I'm using the app, it's because I'm on the go or in a meeting - not because I need a table right then. It's annoying to constantly figure out how to book a table for a future date, in a distant neighborhood. It takes way too many clicks to do this. App designers: there's more than one mobile use case; more than one user journey. 2) rebooking a table doesn't seem to work. I tried at various times of the day and kept getting error messages, or no error just no success. I ended up having to call the restaurant directly which to me, defeats a lot of the purpose of OpenTable. Also, as others have noted, using rewards is a pain. This is the fault of the company, not the app, so it doesn't figure into my app rating, but I would advise against giving an Open Table gift certificate as a gift to anyone. There are way too many limitations, rules, and annoying steps to redeem.
  • Nov 27, 2021

    By Kun Luo
    The app is easy to use ... Except this: the restraunt list cannot be sorted by distance (maybe i didn't find where to sort?)...
  • Nov 26, 2021

    By Rhulaunda Donald
    Reserving tables is so easy. Some places aren't as easy to contact for special info or confirmation. Love the ease though.
  • Easy breezy to use with one big flaw Feb 24, 2018

    By fygar
    Great app, use it all the time. But, one thing that has to be fixed is the restaurant search feature, which doesn't seem to care how far a restaurant is from your location if there is no restaurant with that name locally. Example: Searched for a restaurant and selected my city. The results give me first a restaurant that’s 400 miles away in another country followed by restaurants in my country that I guess were more farther away by distance. Okay, so no restaurant with that name locally, so just tell me! How about saying there are no restaurants with that name locally, followed by similar cuisine restaurant suggestions? Or even better, be able to select criteria that most closely fit that restaurant profile? That would be a lot more useful than accidentally reserving a restaurant 400 miles away in another country!
  • Great way to make and track dinner plans Feb 3, 2018

    By BirdGuy-7
    The new interface took a little getting used to but the app still works great. It is easy to search restaurants and times. One feature I would like to see added: search the next availability for a specific time. This would help with really popular places that always seem to be booked. ---- Update: this is still my go-to when I want to make a res. It used to be easier to send a notice of the reservation to others from within the app, but now they want you to link other party members which presumes they have the app themselves. Now I just wait until I get the confirmation email and forward that. I used a $100 reward a couple years ago and need to claim another.
  • Changing locations in search Jan 27, 2019

    By Jon Weymann
    For the most part, the app is great except if you travel a lot, trying to get it to look for restaurants in a particular location that you are not currently in is extremely frustrating and difficult to make work. For example, at the moment, you’re in city XYZ but tomorrow going to city ABC and you want to search and book a restaurant in ABC for tomorrow is not a user friendly proposition. The same applies if your in a large city, NY, for example, but looking for a restaurant in a suburb or outlying city, very frustrating. It seems to default to current location which is only good if that’s where you’re trying to find a restaurant, otherwise a frustrating experience.
  • Like open table Dec 26, 2017

    By Near and far
    Overall, I use open table consistently and therefore, I rack up points. It is an easy app to use and I find the choices and selection of restaurants varied and convenient. On this app. a great pizza joint can get 5 stars and an outstanding, full service restaurant can also get 5 stars so you have to discern what the 5 stars really mean. I also found getting the certificate to be a cumbersome and annoying process thereby getting a certificate or voucher is convoluted and you have to jump through hoops. Open Table needs to stream line the process to get certificates for dining once sufficient points are collected. The certificate program is an incentive and the downfall of the app.
  • Nov 30, 2021

    By Peter Saltz
    not a very good app - no memory, no smarts, not a modern design - more or less functional. (Update 12/21). App has not really improved much and there seem to be less and less restaurants on the site. Places I frequent are missing. Generally easier to pick a restaurant and call. I have also had a couple of experiences where the restaurant recognizes your Open table booking but does not honor ( and favors non-open table reservations - left one restaurant recently as they we're at30 min late
  • Nov 23, 2021

    By Lynn Stein
    I wish 7:00pm or 7:30pm reservations were more readily available. I did not like that points expired in 2020, when it was difficult to impossible to dine out to increase points.
  • Generally ok Feb 16, 2021

    By Jlf0605
    I use this app FREQUENTLY, and generally it works great for me. Easy to use and never any problems when we arrive. My only issue is that I can’t make more than one reservation at a time for the same time (or within an hour or so) for the same restaurant. For example, I make a winetasting reservation at a restaurant at 5:30 which I know will last 45 minutes. I want to make a dinner reservation at the same restaurant at 6:30, and the OpenTable app will not let me do it. The app says it’s too close in time to the other reservation I have. Or another example, I make one reservation for one table for myself and three other people, and I want to make another reservation for four different people for a different table at the same restaurant at the same time. The OpenTable app will not let me do it. This is very frustrating. So I end up having to make one reservation on the app, then I have to call the restaurant and make the other reservation. I might as well just call the restaurant and not use the app.
  • Improvements made May 26, 2019

    By Ekim7434
    First of all, who are these people detailing the restaurant’s tilapia and their server ignoring them on what is supposed to be the Open Table app review?! This is not Yelp, folks. This latest update resolved my ire with the searching. We can FINALLY search for restaurants in San Francisco in its entirety. For a long while you had to specify a SF neighborhood when looking for an available restaurant i.e. 3 people at noon in the Mission, San Francisco, CA. Every other city, you were able to indicate and search by just the city name all except for SF. Looks like the capability has returned. But scrolling through the list of restaurants was and still remains to be both annoying af and difficult as where my finger lands to swipe up or down to move the page up or down, it’ll attempt to drag and drop that restaurant as a link to a message whether text or email. Why anyone ever thought that would be a good idea when everyone in the app is using a touch screen phone is beyond me. Can we get that fixed, please?
  • Points are a scam Jul 10, 2021

    By ab111de
    I almost never write reviews, but OT deserves this one. It used to be useful for reservations, but points are a total scam. I started using OT in its early early days and back then 2,500 pts could be redeemed for $20 and 5,000 for $50. At some point I got to 2,500 and decided to keep earning to get to 5,000 so I can get the higher reward. Some time later... they dropped the reward for 5k pts to $25 gift cards.. I was at 4.7k pts recently and now I check and find I have 3.9 because they decided to also add a 3-yr expiration to points as well. It’s literally impossible to earn a reward unless you eat at their crappy promoted 1k pts restaurants (not sure if even those exist anymore). Well done, OT, keep running your scam. I’m switching to Resy and Seated. Oh and by the way ratings in the app are totally useless, everything is a 5-star according to them.
  • Awesome until it isn’t Apr 2, 2021

    By em9205
    We dine out frequently and I use OpenTable all the time across the city. In a foodie city like Dallas it’s a must-have. Today I searched for one of our want-to-go’s and for some reason was populated with a restaurant in Connecticut with the same exact name. I wasn’t paying attention to the exact address and booked a reservation, which naturally I was then unable to make as I don’t have the ability to teleport. Not only did we then obviously have to scramble for a backup option last minute when we got there, OpenTable wouldn’t let me modify my existing reservation or actually book anything in my city until my current res expired. What a cherry on top of a series of extremely annoying events. Thanks guys. Not sure why this wasn’t one of the first considerations in development.
  • The Honeysuckle Apr 21, 2021

    By jmiha7
    Positive: great atmosphere and nice restaurant and bar area. Love the raw bar too! Negative: I was the only one sitting at the bar and barely got service from the bartender — I literally would’ve stayed much longer and ordered more if she would’ve just paid attention to me. I ordered the glass of champagne twice and it was warm both times — even after she “chilled” it; I ordered the duck— The Brussels sprouts were tasty but so tough it was hard to cut them, the grits were super yummy (a positive) , the duck was mediocre. I was disappointed overall as I really liked the ambiance. I think the bad service from the bartender was the kicker.. fake friendly when she was obviously annoyed with me asking her to chill the champagne, never filled my water, didn’t check on me and simply didn’t convey she cared.
  • Harder to use than desktop Jan 6, 2018

    By fashiondisaster
    I’ve been using Open Table on my laptop since the early 00’s and switched to the app about two years ago. They have a pretty big base of restaurants to choose from and I’ve discovered a lot of long-standing favorites as a result of exploring. My biggest complaint about the app is that the map search feature regularly resets itself when you try to zoom in too closely on a neighborhood. The overall navigation is a little difficult, compared to the desktop version, (which I sometimes pull up on my phone if I need to find something fast). It’s also not possible to redeem rewards on the app, which is frustrating. Their rewards system has changed to a less desirable redemption process as well, but I guess that is unrelated to the app itself.
  • Not well-suited to users with voiceover Nov 13, 2021

    By Stuchiner
    Well the app works with voiceover, there are certain very annoying aspects that work very poorly. Particularly, when booking a table if you have to change the date and time with voiceover you have to swipe each time and then move your finger away from the field and swipe again to change the date there’s no way to move quickly through the dates the way you can with a standard Apple date picker. If you turn off voiceover you can feel haptic feedback as you rotate through the dates and times but this is not available to users with voiceover and it’s very clunky requiring a swipe move off the field and another swipe so this is very poor and in adequate otherwise the app works well
  • Accruing points should not be optional. Jul 10, 2018

    By KDB6151
    I very much like using Open Table & periodically check to see if there are any additional restaurants in the area that are affiliated with OT. It’s very convenient & quick to use. More restaurants should use it. However, I haven’t used the app in a while until I went on vacation & wanted to make a reservation. I was in a hurry & did not take notice to the option to earn points, and of course missed earning points. It makes me mad that I missed the opportunity to earn points for that reservation. This makes no sense to me whatsoever. Why wouldn’t I want to earn points? Of course I want points! And if it’s optional, then it should be turned on by default. If someone doesn’t want points for some reason, let them be the ones that have to opt out.
  • Nov 30, 2021

    By Ian Schemp
    Huge annoyance is that I can't click a button and add my reservation to my gCal... on my Google phone, booked using my Google login. Dropped this app from 5 to 2 stars. Also there's a ton of restaurants missing.
  • Nov 22, 2021

    By Matt Forbes
    I book at two main restaurants but the app usually won't show them to me. I have to search or find history. The app will even suggest restaurants 'like' one of my two but not my two. So aggravating!
  • Useless when searching Nov 23, 2018

    By SVWIL
    As other reviewers pointed out, when you know exactly which restaurant you want to go and when, using the app is a no-brainer - book, dine, and get points. However, when searching for future dates, for example, when planning vacation travel, is AGGRAVATING. The app keeps resetting to 2 people today. I like using map view to search, and I’d zoom out to widen the area, click “redo search” - a whole bunch of options pop up, but when you click on them turns out they aren’t available at the selected time and it literally just brings up all the restaurants in that area regardless of time and date you are trying to search. Developers clearly know of this issue, as it even brings up a pop-up box asking if you want to update your search to the criteria you set previously - but even after you click “Yes”, it runs the search and again the results are populated with restaurants that do not have availability at times you are looking for. USELESS! Fix this please!
  • Not updated Apr 7, 2021

    By mammal0
    In Hawaii on our 3rd day of vacation and it becomes clear that everyone here made their reservations for their entire stay before they came as we cannot get dinner anywhere the first 2 nights without waiting an hour and a half as a walk up. I begin to book restaurants for the remainder of the trip to ensure we are not eating with kids at 9pm and think. Have it handled when we arrive at Hard rock for our reservation at 7:45pm (earliest we could get but showed open) and are informed by hard rock they are only open Thursday thru Sunday for the restaurant and the retail store all week. Not sure what II made reservations for on open table who had not updated hours for them since Covid a year prior limited hours or why the Hard Rock site sent me to Open Table to make reservations when it was not an option. Frustrating.
  • app does not redeem points May 3, 2018

    By Ddsheets
    App is good for quickly and easily finding reservations but useless for redeeming points. Customers are directed to go to the open table website. Once that is done, after clicking the redeem button that is supposed to send an email with link to redeem, nothing happens. Points are just added back to the account. It has nothing to do with password or cookies. I tried a different fresh computer with the same results. I also spent over a half hour on the phone with a customer service rep who could not remedy the problem. Administration has created a system that has devalued points from when I first started using the app many years ago even if they could be redeemed. Can it be they owe more points to diners than they want to distribute? SCAM? FRAUD? Yelp and google search offer more options.
  • The best dining reservation app Feb 10, 2018

    By ApertureXTC
    I've used OpenTable multiple times on multiple locations. I have never had a problem with the restaurant saying that I did not have a reservation, and I have never had a problem with the application being able to find correct dates and times. This is probably the best application for restaurant explorers or foodies that is on the App Store. If you love to dine and have it be no stress this is a must-have app! Update: I recently bought an Apple Watch (Series 3) and the Open table app keeps saying I have to log in on my phone. I have logged out, then logged in, delete the app off the watch and the phone the reinstalled... still the watch app doesn’t work. A quick Google search shows this is a problem for a lot of people. I can not give this app 5 stars again until this is fixed.
  • Rewards are devalued. VIP designation is a joke Jul 20, 2021

    By ItAintAWorkin'
    In all of the years of being a VIP and religiously posting reviews, I have NEVER had a restaurant acknowledge it and in many cases they originally offer us inferior tables. There is no QC by Open Table over the restaurants. Mobile site has improved but it is still hard to order dinning certificates on mobile. And finding a reservation that gives you 100% credit is a needle in a haystack. The new Rewards Program has much less value than before and it has to be done on this APP. Most points are devalued by 1/2. Ripoff. Using “Resy” much more now. I used to only reserve on Open Table but since the points are almost worthless, now I call the restaurant or use other APPs. I find calling for the reservation gets me treated more like a VIP anyway.
  • Used to be great, now just so-so ... call the restaurants directly! Oct 11, 2019

    By nabby487
    Open Table is only a shadow of what it used to be. Yes, it’s simple and easy to use. But, only 3 stars because of the new “points” system, where the diners have no control over the value of the points when the points are used. To maximize the value of the points, diners have to sacrifice the quality of the restaurants and seating times. The “points” system made Open Table fun to use, now it’s just a source of aggravation. Myself and other frequent diners I know don’t use Open Table as much any more. We reserve directly with the restaurants! Open Table, you’ve done the diners wrong! Hopefully, the genius that dreamed up the new points scheme is long gone from the CEO’s table. It was, and remains, a stupid idea!
  • Eh... Oct 12, 2019

    By melissagregs1234556789
    We did the waitlist app. Checked in when we arrived and confirmed our spot, were told 30 min. Grabbed a spot at the bar. Our drink orders were taken and then ignored while the bartender when to 4 other patrons and fulfilled their drink orders. Finally filled ours. We drank at the bar for over 1 hour and 20 min. Service for bar service got marginally better. We went up to tell the hostess we would eat at the bar where she said they “tried to text and it didn’t go through”. Strange because I checked in, received a text, and CONFIRMED MY NUMBER! They have some staff training to get through which is normal for a new restaurant. The food was great, however everything came out twice. We will come back to try again, hopefully they can work out the kinks.
  • Totally Bloated Jun 12, 2021

    By cmillet
    At first, I thought all the reviews and photos and “Yelp” like stuff was cool. But the reason I was using the app was to make a reservation, and that’s where things went south, at least compared to earlier versions of the app. Long story short, once you’re on the restaurant detail page, there is no clear way to make a reservation, or there are so many other options that it’s confusing. I ended up “saving”, thinking that would “save” my reservation, but when I showed up at the restaurant, all I got was a snarky gen-z hostess refusing to give me a table (even though there were a half dozen open tables in sight and only two reservations on her list). I’m not happy with Cane Rosso, but I also understand snarky teenage hostesses are all they can afford. I’m very unhappy with how bloated open table has become. Especially since I clicked on a link on Cane Rosso’s website and it took me right down this rabbit hole. It may have something to do with the fact I was on mobile and had to turn it sideways to get all the options. I know it can work, last week I followed the same procedure with Tupelo Honey and my reservation was seamless. Not the same experience with all restaurants, and that’s a problem, especially when you’re with your entire family, your starving, and the hostess could care less. In conclusion, this app needs better implementation across all restaurants and the need to simplify the restaurant detail page.
  • What a mess. Jun 15, 2019

    By HahahaComedy
    I've had this app for about 5 minutes and I'm ready to delete it. I booked a table on my desktop and it asked me for my email address for the confirmation. Then it said to open an account to keep track of the reservation and have me the option of logging in with Google (which is different than my email address I used to send the confirmation). So I went to my account and sure enough the reservation isn't there. I try downloading the app and guess what? No option to log in with Google on the app. So I go back to the desktop to change the password because my Google password doesn't work on the "log in with open table" option. I get into the app, no reservations. I go to the email confirmation I received and click on change/view reservation and it of course takes me to my profile page for the account with no reservations. So I click on add to calendar and invite Google email to my own reservation. In the account I get a notification that I was invited, and then accept. Then I click on upcoming reservations and there are no reservations. And the alert icon is still red letting me know I was invited to my own reservation.
  • Points expire and no customer service Apr 5, 2021

    By SeanDiegan
    I’ve had this app for 10 years and had used it whenever I made a reservation. The big problem with this app and the reason I’m deleting it, is that your points expire. That would be a big deal if they hadn’t let them expire in. Year where there was a pandemic. In my opinion, they took advantage of the situation and cleared their liability in a yess as r where no one could make reservations. I think this company does bad business and there are plenty of other means of making a reservation. Previously I wrote this a few years ago too when it happened: I’ve been using the app for several years now and should have over 2000 points but despite being able to see all my reservation history, the points are suddenly down to 200. I emailed the app about it but my email went unanswered. The app is useless if the points expire. I’m sure they’re making fees from the reservation, but then they limit how long you get your points? That’s crap...and so is the app.
  • Was Excited to Enjoy and Let Down Mar 17, 2019

    By MN_Bulldog
    My wife and i are in Park City for a long weekend of skiing and snowboarding. Tonight was out last night here and we were out to celebrate. I have celiac so was excited that they had a massive menu I could enjoy. I also work and travel a ton to Japan so even more excited. We arrived 20 min early. Was going to enjoy a cocktail. We were rudely told we will not be able to sit you for 30 min. That’s fine so we walked around Main St. We came back down at 8:28. At 9:00 still have not sat down. We were placed at the bar so we were “out of the way”. 15-20 minutes later tables were open yet we were still parked. I was tired. My wife was tired. And truthfully did not feel welcome at this place. The food smelled fantastic yet the customer service was terrible. Should have know this would be the case when we arrived people coming up were like don’t even bother. These people are goofy and it’s not worth your time. A great night planned for a great dinner ended with so so pizza a few doors down. Move on people.
  • Horrible Nov 10, 2019

    By mdlsal
    I have never written a review before but I had to do it. We live in Rittenhouse square and we go out to dinner almost every night. This experience was the worst. We were seated at a bar facing the kitchen. When I asked to be moved I was told that there were no open tables. There were 3 tables of 2 behind us and nobody sat there the entire time. So we were left to watch the chef pick his nails while I was looking into the eye of two dead fish about a foot away from me. The waiters kept on cleaning off the counter where they placed the food and push the crumbs onto our table. The chefs keep on stacking bowls higher and higher in front of the counter in front of us. I ordered a shrimp cocktail and it was in a bowl of what looked and tasted like a bowl of warm milk. It was so bad. Our waiter with the long beard and deep voice who shared with us that he was also a DJ was great. We will never go back here again. They should be ashamed of themselves, especially when the reservation was set about 2 months before
  • Read this review Jul 5, 2020

    By Jay 853
    My friends and wanted to go eat a STK restaurant. I went online to find reservation details, and had to download the open table app. I created an account and found the restaurant via the app. After a while I was able to make a reservation at 7:30pm, and got my confirmation. When we got to the restaurant it was closed! (Another victim of the Covid crisis) This place hadn’t been open for months, but Open table was still taking reservations. While outside the restaurant, trying to figure out what had happened with the app, I noticed something strange. Somehow the app booked me a reservation in Mexico, at a restaurant with the same name! In Mexico!! I gave permission to the app to use my location, and we were nowhere near Mexico, but it made us reservation at a restaurant over 3000 miles away. Even if I had a F-15 fueled and ready to go, I couldn’t possibly make in time. The app totally failed, if you own a restaurant there are much more effective ways to do online reservations!
  • We won’t go back Dec 5, 2020

    By Won't fo back - Bad Everything
    Nothing worse than tasteless poorly prepared Italian food. Not only was the pasta overcooked, but it was not strained, so the water it was cooked in diluted the tasteless bolognese sauce. The white bean soup was served cold and equally tasteless. After waiting a few minutes for the waitress to bring salt and pepper, I asked the manager who brought them. It was better, but now really cold. We needed something to help the food so I asked for bread. Again, after another lengthy wait, it came when we could not eat any more of the lousy pasta. Sourdough served with Italian food. Ouch! In summary, the only thing worse than the food was the service. Nice pleasant girl, but she was like a ghost. After simply asking for salt and pepper for already cooled soup, she sat a 4 top, served soda to another table, went back to the 4 top to take their order and then got lost in the back. We left 1/2 the soup and 3/4 of the pasta, but yet not a word or anything after not wanting to take the poor food home.
  • Disappointing Feb 3, 2019

    By Okiegirl61
    We are VERY VERY loyal patrons of this restaurant till today when at a last minute notice 5 members of our family unexpectedly came by to join us for brunch, not knowing that we had a reservation here but the hostesses would not let them eat with us or even split up in smaller tables, they said they would have to wait at least an hour so my 3 grandchildren left the restaurant in tears. While we were dining the booth next to us and table next to us were empty the entire time as well many other tables. The hostess/manager apologized for not letting our family join us and said she would give us free dessert, but she never did come thru on that so I guess she wasn’t that sorry. This will probably be our last time to eat there on a Sunday for sure. We should have just walked out and let cafe 501 have the table back for some other patron that walks in off the street at a last minute notice after church to have brunch with their family.
  • Service? May 26, 2019

    By bcab51
    But he time for 7 PM for my wife and my son who is visiting us when we arrived at 6:55 we were placed outside and were told that there was a section to mark outside or inside which I still cannot find. Christian who took over for the new person basically told us that our 7 PM reservation was only good for outside and if we want to inside we would have to wait over an hour, he truly didn’t care about a 7 o’clock reservation there was a table in front of him when I asked he said it was for a group who had reserve a table at eight the assistant manager attempted to help but by that time my wife and son left I have no idea about the food since I never had an opportunity to try it I don’t place very many reviews but felt something had to be done this was terrible how they treated us I will not return and possibly they may understand that you cannot treat people like this.
  • Very convenient - rewards are frustrating Aug 16, 2021

    By BJackson21!
    This service is very nice to use and a lot easier than calling places for reservations. Love using it! So far we have had no problems with the service. It appears the page to redeem your rewards is useless though... if you are going to have it only available on your website and through a specific link in an email, this page should be removed from the app. I also noticed that my dining rewards couldn’t be used on my reservations UNLESS I booked from the link that was sent to my email about my rewards. This is wrong. If I have rewards available, when I book a place it should show up. This is the second thing with your rewards that has become a tad frustrating. Now I have 2 reservations that I could have used my rewards at, but now I can’t because I didn’t use the special link…..

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