As Reservations Become Ubiquitous, Restaurants Grapple With Technology | Nashville Scene

Tere are lots of upsides to becoming a good dining town, but ease when it comes to getting a table isn’t one of them. As Nashville has slowly grown into a destination for diners over the past decade, one of the byproducts of that success has been the need to make a reservation. In Old Nashville, you probably needed a reservation only for a couple of places, like Arthur’s or Mario’s. But now? If it’s a weekend at one of our top restaurants, forget it. Those seats are gone. Read more on the Nashville Scene.

Tere are lots of upsides to becoming a good dining town, but ease when it comes to getting a table isn’t one of them.

As Nashville has slowly grown into a destination for diners over the past decade, one of the byproducts of that success has been the need to make a reservation. In Old Nashville, you probably needed a reservation only for a couple of places, like Arthur’s or Mario’s. But now? If it’s a weekend at one of our top restaurants, forget it. Those seats are gone.

Read more on the Nashville Scene.