Calling a restaurant on the phone to make reservations is barbaric. There, I said it. The background noise is off the charts, the hostess has better things to do than talk to you (and it’ll show in her tone), and trying to nail down your preferred time can be an exercise in futility.
OpenTable lets you skip all the nonsense and get right to the point: What’s around me, which times are available, and how are the reviews? Once you find an available table that looks good to you, tap to reserve it. Simps.
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