Saturday, December 3, 2011

CityEats Hopes to Give OpenTable a Run for Its Money

CityEats, introduced by Food Network, recently launched in Washington, D.C., claiming to be the city's most comprehensive reservation destination. The new service provides such benefits to local consumers and restaurant owners as videos and photos, curated editorial profiles, menus, user-submitted reviews and social sharing for food lovers to talk about their experiences with friends.


Mike Isabella, chef/owner of Graffiato, is the first restaurateur to embrace the platform. "I believe CityEats is the way of the future for restaurant reservations, so moving to this new online platform was a no-brainer for me," he says. "The platform is easy to use, portable and affordableit could save me up to 40% each monthand I couldn't be more excited to have the first restaurant in D.C. to completely convert to CityEats."

CityEats promotes itself as offering restaurant owners the most comprehensive, affordable and portable table-management and reservation platform on the market. Headquartered in New York, CityEats reservation services are currently available in Washington, D.C., with introduction planned for other major cities.

Click here to see a video featuring Isabella and CityEats.