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The all-encompassing app also shows users Firebirds photos and guest reviews.

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill Partners with OpenTable

November 14, 2017 Industry News

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill has partnered with OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, to make reservations more accessible for all of its 44 locations across the U.S. Now, whether they live locally or are from out of town, making last-minute reservations or planning ahead for next week’s get-together, guests can make OpenTable reservations for Firebirds via FirebirdsRestaurants.comOpenTable.com, or the OpenTable app.

“In addition to providing Firebirds’ guests with the convenience of booking online, we’re looking forward to helping Firebirds grow their business through the power of the OpenTable diner network,” says Scott Jampol, OpenTable Senior Vice President of Marketing. “Our diners are always looking to discover new restaurants and amazing experiences at places like Firebirds.”

For guests new to OpenTable, finding a table is easy. They can either visit the web page of their local Firebirds or FirebirdsRestaurants.com and reserve their table there, or they can find Firebirds on OpenTable.com and its app using the search box or through app categories such as Artisanal Cocktails, Gluten-Free Options and Business Bites. The all-encompassing app also shows users Firebirds photos and guest reviews, including many tagging Firebirds as their go-to spot for business lunches, birthdays, kid-friendly meals, date nights, happy hour and more.

“Firebirds has consistently been recognized for its above-and-beyond hospitality. Guests can expect even more personalized service with our OpenTable partnership,” says Firebirds CEO Mark Eason. “Whatever their occasion and whenever they need a table, this straightforward, streamlined and integrated technology allows guests to reserve a table in a matter of minutes with the push of a button.”

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