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Resy’s Reserve Deal Is a Big Win for Diners

The online-reservation wars saw a major shake-up last week when the founders of Resy announced they would acquire a major competitor, Reserve.

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Resy Acquires Its Competitor Reserve

OpenTable is now facing some steep competition. Resy, a restaurant reservation site that launched in 2014, acquired its small-but-fierce competitor Reserve, the company announced on Monday after the news leaked on Friday.

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Resy Rivals OpenTable With Reserve Acquisition

Restaurant reservation service Resy has acquired rival Reserve in a bid to take on top dog OpenTable.

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Resy Acquires Reserve, the Other Non-OpenTable Restaurant Reservation System

Resy is now the largest privately held restaurant reservation service in the country, and a viable competitor to OpenTable

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Restaurant Reservations Tech Space Consolidates as Resy Buys Competitor Reserve

The hospitality tech space is contracting as two more startups that have emerged in the last few years are merging. Resy, which offers both restaurant management software and a consumer-facing restaurant reservation platform, announced on Monday that it is acquiring its competitor, Reserve, a dining reservations and recommendations site.

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Resy Acquires Reserve, in the Fierce Tussle Over Restaurant Reservations

OpenTable is still the biggest player, but that dominance is under challenge by Resy and other rivals.

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Resy Acquires Reserve to Better Challenge OpenTable

The pool of available restaurant reservations services is a little bit smaller today: Resy announced it is acquiring competitor Reserve. The move gives Resy a total of 4,000 restaurant customers in the U.S., including a significant footprint in Reserve-heavy cities like Boston and Chicago. The move also boosts its restaurant portfolio in top markets like New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

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Free meals offered at 20 NYC restaurants – if you score the golden check

Ever want to tap into your inner "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" childhood obsession and find your own golden ticket? Now you can. Resy, a reservation app, has joined with 20 restaurants around New York City to offer 400 lucky customers Willy Wonka-inspired golden checks in their bills.

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Resy is winning newer, cooler restaurants away from OpenTable

For more than a decade, online restaurant reservations pioneer OpenTable was seemingly the only place you could go to book a table online. Now, in four years, its upstart rival Resy has managed to bite off some of OpenTable’s market share, particularly among newer and trendier restaurants.

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Four-hundred New Yorkers are going to get their dinners for free this month

The reservation platform Resy is going full on Willy Wonka. They’ve just announced their first Golden Check Week (October 22-28) where 400 diners, who’ve booked their meal through Resy, will receive golden checks in their bill presenters at any of 20 participating restaurants in NYC. Their meals will then be entirely comped. That’s right, your entire meal will be free!

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Free meals in NYC could be yours, but only with these golden checks

Resy, the hospitality tech company best known by consumers for the namesake reservations app, is kicking off their first ever Golden Check Week on Monday, October 22.. During the seven-day period, 400 golden checks will pop up at select Resy restaurants throughout the city.

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OpenTable vs Resy: What’s the Best Way to Make a Reservation?

Our millennial-focused economy has blessed us with a plethora of apps (short for “applications”) that let you easily find and reserve a table at an eating establishment. But there are so many different ways to choose where to get your apps (short for “appetizers”), so let’s take a look at which software will do the best job of pairing you with a classy restaurant.

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Inside Resy’s Vintage Restaurant-Inspired NYC Office

“Resy is an app for curated hospitality that encompasses design, the menu, and the service. We made sure that the space was designed to reflect every aspect.” - Shelly Lynch-Sparks

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Resy CEO Ben Leventhal on Restaurant Tech’s Connected Future

Resy wants to solve the technical problems that frustrate the people running restaurants. Personalization is one thing, but the real value will be created by software platforms that talk to each other. — Andrew Sheivachman

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