Starting Jan. 9, you can use the restaurant reservation app Resy to book tables exclusively set aside for Capital One cardholders. These special reservations are available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at a list of acclaimed restaurants from Feb. 1 to July 31.
Because these exclusive reservations are limited to just a few major cities and a handful of fancy eateries, only some cardholders will be able to take advantage of them. But if you’ve been having trouble locking down a weekend dinner reservation at one of these places, this could be your chance. The promotion could also be especially valuable for cardholders with the Capital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card or Capital One® SavorOne® Cash Rewards Credit Card, who can earn bonus cash-back rewards on these dining purchases.
How it works
Capital One cardholders can book exclusive reservations at these in-demand restaurants in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Austin, Texas, on select nights:
- New York City: Charlie Bird, Frankies 457, Legacy Records, Loring Place, Pasquale Jones and Quality Eats (two locations).
- Washington D.C.: A Rake’s Progress, All Purpose (two locations), Masseria and Red Hen.
- Austin: Kemuri Tatsu-ya, Odd Duck, Pitchfork Pretty and She’s Not Here.
At each of these restaurants, Capital One has held two tables for two on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights between Feb. 1 and July 31, which you can reserve through the Resy app. In the app, these reservation slots will have a Capital One logo next to them. To book them, you’ll be prompted to enter your Capital One card details, the issuer confirms.
If you can’t snag a reservation, you still might have other opportunities to take advantage of Resy’s partnership with Capital One this year. For example, Capital One cardholders will be able to make reservations for Resy’s new dining program, called Off Menu Week, 72 hours before the general public, the issuer confirms. Through this program, participating restaurants in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., San Francisco, New York City, Chicago and Austin will debut original, experimental dishes for a limited time.