So you want to go out to dinner to a four-star hotel: date – check; outfit – check; restaurant – check; reservations?….uhh. freakin’ crap! an embarassing negative. (who knew you had to make reservations these days, you thought you were just gonna roll on up to the valet and expect to be seated? Who do you think ya are?) Well to your luck, the restaurant you’ve planned your date for over a month is fully booked for another two months. So what you gonna do? Can’t postpone that date…and you surely cannot downgrade to no T.G.I.F. up in this house. In order to prevent such cases of manic cluelessness and un-suaveness, turn to TableXchange, the fail-proof method in scoring that dimly-lit dinner reservation for two at some of the most coveted restaurants for less than an Andrew Jackson on that 20-dollar-bill.

How does it work? Simple. When you’re in need of a prime-time reservation like at LA’s Nobu, Spago, Cut, The Ivy, or Osteria Mozza (just to name a few), simply search on the website by restaurant, reservation date and time, party size, neighborhood, and price. Then register or log-in with your account, and you can simply purchase another person’s precious reservation for $10 to $15 as your own! Upon purchase, you receive the original person’s name and confirm your reservation for that hot date of yours. Easy, right? And the cool part is, that you can be on the other side of that transaction by selling an unwanted reservation to a seeker in need. I guess money CAN buy everything…as far as dates go, that is.
Your table is waiting…and you’re waiting on your table. Literally.



  1. gmarquez
    Posted August 6, 2008 at 8:57 am | Permalink

    best. idea. ever.

  2. Posted August 6, 2008 at 10:04 pm | Permalink

    yayyy for posting it !!

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