Resy raises $13M in Series A

What does Resy do?

Resy, is a mobile application for people who love eating at good restaurants but dislike the troubles of reservations. The idea of planning ahead of time or jumping through the problems of eating at the best restaurants in the city is absurd. Even if people get a table, the chance of experiencing from the time of planning where to eat to the seats, could have been better. This company is changing it. This company has a policy that if people want to eat dinner at a specific time, then they should get a reservation at that particular time, instead of having to choose between the available times in the restaurant. The company was founded in 2014 and is now running in over 50 cities around the country.

How much Resy was funded?

The company raised $13M in Series A on January 9, 2017 from Lerer Hippeau Ventures, First Data Corporation, RSE Ventures and Airbnb

Previous funding

2M on July 31, 2014 from Vayner/RSE, Panarea Capital, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, A-Grade Investments, Ken Austin and Slow Ventures.

What is next for Resy?

Resy and Airbnb announced a commercial partnership for integrating this company into the Airbnb platform. It is thrilled to have the chance to work with Airbnb for enabling guests in making reservation at the locally best restaurants. Both the companies can share a vision of how people can experience local restaurants. This company will allow Airbnb users in dining like a local, at whatever place they may be.

More about Resy

Resy was founded in 2014  by Gary Vaynerchuk, Michael Montero and Ben Leventhal. It has its headquarters in New York, NY. This hospitality tech company provides operational and reservations software to fine dining restaurants such as Hillstone Restaurants, Chez Panisse and Union Square Cafe. It provides seating to more than 1.4 M diners every month and works with over a thousand restaurants in more than 50 markets.