It will launch this fall and will only be limited to New York initially
We recently heard about Pricline picking up OpenTable for a sum of $2.6 billion but that doesn’t make it the king of online table reservations services. This one’s popular for sure but there are plenty other well established websites out there which offer similar services. Business Insider has revealed that this pool is going to be met with a new rival which will emerge soon.
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This new startup is the idea of Garrett Camp, Uber co-founder, who has been working on this since a long time and it will be a potential challenger in the online reservation space. The service is called Reserve and it is currently being teased over popular social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
The concept is the same as the rest of these reservation sites out there but there is not enough information as yet and we only know that this service is initially going to be limited to New York only. And for when it launches this fall, it promises "a better dining experience".