7 Restaurant Apps and Sites You’ll Actually Use

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When you must have that prime reservation, this site scans OpenTable and sends texts and e-mails when space is available.


Take a photo of a wine bottle—or a menu—and the app will pull up ratings, retail price, and more.

UberEats and Caviar

Forget chain pizza. These two apps are best for delivery from high-quality restaurants such as Central.

Seafood Watch

Monterey Bay Aquarium’s app tells which fish are eco-friendly—and what to avoid.


Hosting a party and run out of booze? This service will deliver beer, wine, and spirits in under an hour for a fee of less than $4.


This OpenTable competitor now manages reservations at top restaurants including The Dabney, All Purpose, and Masseria. One perk: It also sends alerts when tables open up at booked restaurants.

This article originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of Washingtonian.


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