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Quick Tip: Book a Table with Evernote Food

Quick Tip: Book a Table with Evernote Food

Posted by Kristina Hjelsand on 05 Apr 2013

Posted by Kristina Hjelsand on 05 Apr 2013

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Anyone who loves trying out the hottest new restaurants knows how challenging it can be to keep track of all the different places on your list. With the launch of Evernote Food 2.0 in December, we debuted features to inspire food lovers to build the ultimate restaurant wish list. Now, among other new features, we’ve added another handy tool to make exploring new restaurants a seamless experience: OpenTable booking within the app.

Learn more about how to create a restaurant wish list in Evernote Food

 

Don’t have Evernote Food 2.1? Download it for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch now »

Here’s a quick rundown of how this feature works.

1. Open the Restaurants section in Evernote Food on your iPhone or iPad. Search for restaurants in a chosen destination and choose the one you want to try. From here, you can either add the restaurant to your Saved list or book a table right away.

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2. Once you’ve selected a restaurant, you can review all the essential information you need prior to booking a table, including Foursquare venue ratings and even the menu. If you like what you see, tap ‘Make a reservation.’

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3. From here, you’ll recognize the familiar OpenTable booking flow. Just select the date, time, and number of people you want a table for and confirm your reservation.

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(Bonus tip: When you visit a restaurant, create a My Meals note to capture the highlights of the experience with photos and captions. To see all the spots you’ve visited, tap the My Meals tab in Restaurants. The restaurants you’ve visited that are associated with your My Meals notes will show up here.

Want to learn more about Evernote Food? Check out the following blog posts:

Sync Your Recipes to Evernote Food
Build a Restaurant Wish List
Build Your Own Cookbook
Chronicle Your Culinary Adventures

For more information on using Evernote Food, check out our Evernote Food user guide and also stop by our Evernote Food Facebook page for regular tips.

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  • AndrewSinkov

    It’s coming.