OpenTable’s New Mobile Site Seats its 15th Millionth Diner via Mobile

OpenTable is bringing more convenience to on-the-go restaurant customers through its newly redesigned mobile website in a response to an increase in diners using mobile devices websites and apps. The free service provides diners with free online reservations and guest management systems for restaurants.

This past Wednesday the company announced it has seated more than 15 million diners through its mobile website and apps since its launch in 2008. That represents $600 million in revenue for the company’s restaurant customers and accounts for more than 1 million diners seated per month.

OpenTable is a handy tool that promotes deals in your area and also lets you do a refine search for restaurants by neighborhood, reviews, cuisine, price points, photos, menu, parking information. Trusted by 20,000 restaurants and also services Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico, and United Kingdom, it’s a gotta have app for a foodie’s phone.

By Lucia Phan

Lucia Phan has a Bachelors Degree from the University of California, Berkeley in Food & City Culture and Environmental Economics. She is the founder of Banana Slug Edibles, where she bakes specialty cakes and cupcakes for patients in Orange County & Los Angeles. In her free time she likes to collect recipes and will forever be searching for the best chocolate chip cookie recipe known to man.

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