Man Bites Hound: Rezhound in the Press

"Delicious, ingenious magic."


Men's Journal
If the hot spot you're after has no openings at your preferred time... Rezhound alerts you immediately when a reservation opens up.

Time Out Chicago
Should a table turn up, you’ll be notified by phone or email... A winner for those who want access to fee-free reservations at a wide range of restaurants.

International Business Times
The hottest restaurants are booked well in advance, so you should set up alerts through Rezhound, which will notify you when an OpenTable reservation opens up at the last minute.

Chicago Tribune
Essentially the last-minute-friendly and tough-to-land-reservation-seeking version of OpenTable.

San Francisco Magazine
Let someone else hunt for your reservation... Rezhound found a table at four of the five restaurants I chose.

CNN Money
All booked up? Try sites like and for 11th-hour openings.

Cooking Channel
Rezhound is a stupidly named service that gets you restaurant reservations.

Laughing Squid
Rezhound sends out email and SMS alerts when reservations open up at restaurants.

Condé Nast Traveler
How do you get into a restaurant that's always booked up? Rezhound alerts you by e-mail or text when a table opens up in the restaurant you’ve specified.

Washington City Paper
My favorite secret weapon for getting the reservation I want is Rezhound.

The New York Times
The free service allows users to choose specific restaurants and dates of interest across the country, then alerts them by text or e-mail the moment a table opens up.

Crain's Chicago
If the hot spot you want is booked when you want it, try Rezhound.

Still can't get in? Rezhound is coming to the rescue.

College Candy
Enjoy your night out at your city’s restaurant-of-the-moment, all thanks to Rezhound – no three months of waiting... or seducing of a busboy necessary.

Rundown SF
Score the hottest tables in town with Rezhound.

7x7 Magazine
By acting as your reservation assistant, Rezhound can help you get in to restaurants that otherwise may seem impossible to crack.

Thrillist Nation
Rather than wait 15 months/seduce a hostess for a table in your city's most exclusive restos, try Rezhound.

Eater National
Rather than checking a restaurant's OpenTable page over and over again to score a table on Saturday night at 8 p.m., Rezhound will take down your info and send you an email alert if a spot opens up.

Stop calling that snooty hostess incessantly a month in advance. Instead, try Rezhound, a new site that will alert you when a spot opens up on OpenTable.