Resy Fact Sheet

RESY helps the best restaurants be their best by creating innovative technology to reimagine the future of hospitality. Since its inception in 2014, Resy has revolutionized, elevated and enhanced dining experiences worldwide with its reservation management software and dynamic suite of tools, and in August 2019 Resy joined the American Express family. Together they connect diners with the restaurants they love, help restaurants’ businesses thrive, and support the restaurant community through best-in-class technology, exclusive content, access and experiences. The amazing world of restaurants is just two taps away in Resy’s mobile app and on Resy.com.

Resy and American Express have a shared passion for dining and a strong track record of connecting diners with the restaurants they love. Together the brands help restaurants’ businesses thrive with innovative technologies, and fuel consumers’ passion for dining with exclusive access, content, and experiences.

Resy works with 5,000+ restaurants in 600+ cities globally, and boasts an industry-low no-show rate of approximately 3%. Resy’s restaurant partners use ResyOS — a complete restaurant reservations system — to run their businesses smarter and more efficiently. ResyOS includes table management, wait list functionality, ticketing, web and app booking, PCI Level 1 compliant third-party credit card handling, POS integration and more. Additionally, ResyOS offers an all-encompassing guest feedback loop, plus a suite of Business Intelligence tools.

Diners around the world use Resy to book and manage reservations at the most exciting restaurants, from neighborhood favorites, to cult classics, to award-winning James Beard & Michelin-starred establishments. The amazing world of restaurants is just two taps away in Resy’s mobile app and on Resy.com. 

Resy was co-founded by Ben Leventhal, co-founder of Eater.com; Michael Montero, co-founder and former CTO of CrowdTwist; and Gary Vaynerchuk, noted social media expert, entrepreneur and investor. Three months after launching The New York Times declared, “Resy [is] striving to become the favored portal” for diners looking to get into the best restaurants. By 2017, Resy was recognized as one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies; in 2018, an acquisition of a key competitor was called “a big win” by New York Magazine. In 2019, Resy was acquired by American Express.

The Resy app is free and available for download on both iOS and Android.