DENVER, Aug. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Top restaurant reservation management system, Reserve, officially launched its city-wide restaurant partnership in Denver, Colorado today. Reserve is already well established in the most admired and award-winning restaurants in cities including New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, and most recently, Atlanta.
Even before today's announcement, Denver restaurateurs have sought out Reserve's reservation system in an effort to find a more affordable and effective solution for their table management and customer engagement efforts. Industry leaders including Chef Troy Guard and his restaurant group, TAG Restaurants; Bryan Dayton and his highly acclaimed restaurants Acorn and OAK at Fourteenth; and Joe Vostrejs on behalf of The Cooper Lounge in Union Station have all made the switch to Reserve. Restaurants that are teed up for the next wave of Reserve implementation in Denver include Chef Alex Seidel's restaurants Fruition and Mercantile Dining & Provision, Gozo, Lime Cantina and AMBLI.
"Denver restaurant owners are excited to have some additional competition in this arena to bring diners into their restaurants with a new streamlined system - no logins, no passwords. With Reserve, owners can spend those extra dollars saved on the full guest experience at their restaurant, not the reservation system," said Peter Esmond, VP of Customer Success. "Plus, many of us on the Reserve team have personal connections to Colorado, and we're thrilled to bring Reserve to the thriving Denver dining community now, when they need it most."
The three-year-old company is quickly setting a new standard for restaurateurs who want to measure and refine their marketing efforts and develop seating options for diners in real time in order to increase revenue. Reserve also serves the diner who's keen to discover the best food experiences in their city, from Michelin-starred stand-outs to neighborhood standbys.
"We made the switch to Reserve due to several factors in today's market place. One of the main factors is that the financial obligations of running a restaurant are continuously rising," said Bryan Dayton, co-owner of Acorn and OAK at Fourteenth. "Reserve offers a reasonable platform for this by not charging us by the reservation. The technology behind Reserve is a bit more nimble than some other reservation platforms. We are excited to see the direction Reserve is going and to have a progressive thinking partner in this area of our work."
For restaurants, the benefits of the Reserve platform are many. The platform offers a unique system powered by a highly customized algorithm unlike any other table management platform to date. The primary goals are to minimize empty tables and make room for more diners — and thus, more revenue. The platform is also more aligned with the restaurant's budget, charging a flat rate per month rather than a cost per reservation, and allows restaurants to scale the amount of available tables open for reservations.
For diners, the Reserve app is available to download from the App Store or Google Play. For more information, visit www.reserve.com.
Reserve is a world-class restaurant reservation management system offering services to more than 700 restaurants. With more than 16 million diners seated since launching in October of 2015, the state-of-the-art system is user-friendly and affordable for restaurants, while allowing customers to reserve tables in seconds. For more information, please visit https://reserve.com and follow Reserve on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @Reserve.