There’s a new dining concierge app in Chicago called Reserve and I’m kind of in love with it. Reserve is backed by the co-founders of Uber and Foursquare (two other apps I’m quite fond of) and is aiming to redefine the culinary scene. Reserve users can discover new restaurants, book a table, and even pay for meals – all thanks to smartphones and mobile technology. As a traveling gadget geek, I think Reserve is an excellent tool for travelers visiting a new city and looking for exciting dining options. Currently, Reserve is live in New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago.
Reserve is so thrilled about its recent Chicago launch that they are offering a $100 dining credit to one of my readers! As a token of appreciation, Reserve will also give $20 dining credits to any new users who do not win the $100 credit. This is the perfect opportunity to make those Mother’s Day reservations and treat Mom to an exceptional dining experience.
- Download Reserve from App Store or Google Play.
- Create an account.
- Enter the promo code workingmoms. (You must use this promo code in order to be eligible to win the $100 dining credit and, if you don’t win, to receive a $20 dining credit.)
- Leave a comment on this post to let me know that you’ve downloaded Reserve and created an account with the promo code above. Be sure to include a valid email address when you comment. I will use the email address you provide to contact you if you’re the winner!
After that, select a restaurant from Reserve’s curated list of exceptional dining options, reserve a table, and enjoy yourself!
For more information about Reserve, its Chicago launch, and which restaurants are included, click here.
Entry period for the $100 dining credit ends at 12:00pm CST on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. Promotion period for $20 dining credits ends at 11:59pm CST on Friday, July 31, 2015.
I’ve been compensated by Reserve in the form of $50 dining credit to help get the word out, and possibly could receive further incentives. All words and opinions, as always, are my own.