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New Reservation App Allset Makes It Easier to Get Lunch Bookings

Eat without worrying about time

Allset app
Allset app
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Reservation app Allset is debuting in Austin today. The application aims to make it easier for users looking to dine out for lunch by promising sit-down meals that last under 30 minutes. It recently expanded into dinner and brunch hours as well.

The app allows people to select their desired restaurant, pick their order, and prepay for meals ahead of time. Once guests arrive at the restaurant, they’re seated quickly, their meals are served promptly, and they can leave without worrying about the check. For group meals, each user can pay for their specific orders from their phones. Companies are also able to set their employees up with meals ahead of time.

Allset’s participating Austin restaurants include Gino’s East, Searsucker, Ola Poke, and others. Read on for the full list below.

While the app is free to users (aside from paying for their meals), Allset charges restaurants 12 percent of orders. For those who don’t want to download an app, people can access Allset through a Facebook messenger bot as, with web and desktop access to come on Friday, April 14. It already launched in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and Boston

Allset’s Austin Restaurants

Aster’s Ethiopian Restaurant (Hancock)
Coriander (Sunset Valley)
Draft Pick (East Riverside)
Gino’s East (Dirty Sixth)
Gourdough’s Public House (Downtown)
Il Forte (Downtown)
Madras Pavilion (North Burnet)
Mai Thai (Downtown)
Maiko Sushi Lounge (West Sixth)
Ola Poke (Crestview)
Papadom (Downtown)
Searsucker (Downtown)
Star of India (North Shoal Creek)
Taj Palace (Highland)
Zax Restaurant and Bar (Bouldin)