Dinner Reservations Just Got Easier, Thanks To Uber And OpenTable
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Dinner Reservations Just Got Easier, Thanks To Uber And OpenTable

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Nov 16, 2022

Uber knows its way to our hearts is through our stomachs. Since launching, Uber Eats has become a staple in many millennials’ lives, especially as winter approaches. The ride-sharing app is back with another game-changing food-related launch. 

With its new update, Uber has teamed up with Open Table and Viator, allowing users to book dinner reservations through the app. In addition to restaurant reservations, users can also book experiences, activities, tours, etc. 

Related: Uber Introduces Uber Travel And Digital Uber Gift Cards For The Holidays

Uber Explore

Uber OpenTable

In a blog post on Monday, Uber shared, “This season we’ve teamed up with the experts at Viator and OpenTable to bring more tourist attractions, can’t-miss events, and must-try restaurants than ever into Uber Explore so you can book an activity and keep your crew occupied. Especially in those lazy days leading up to the new year!”

Uber Travel

Uber Travel launched last spring, but the company is taking the feature global. Users can organize travel in the app, including flights and hotels. The feature is now available in 10,000 cities. Users will earn 10% back for every ride booked using the feature. The cash can be used on future Uber rides, and Uber Eats orders. 

Learn more about Uber’s latest updates here. 

Related: Uber Celebrates The Coolest Drivers In The U.S. With Its Inaugural Uber Yearbook

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