Capital One Launches Capital One Dining: A New Platform for Restaurant Reservations

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Capital One Launches Capital One Dining: A New Platform for Restaurant Reservations

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On Wednesday, Capital One introduced Capital One Dining – a new restaurant reservation platform powered by SevenRooms that will launch in March.

Capital One dining will offer exclusive reservation access for certain Capital One credit cardholders at a curated collection of restaurants. The platform has been built with the help of some of the most trusted names in dining – including the legendary Chef José Andrés, the MICHELIN Guide, and the James Beard Foundation.

When the platform is available starting in early March, Capital One Dining will launch with more than 350 restaurants across 11 U.S. cities. Capital One has indicated they eventually plan to grow its footprint by adding new restaurants in additional markets.

“At Capital One, we know our customers are passionate about dining out with family and friends, whether it’s a twelve-course dinner at an award-winning restaurant or brunch at a hidden gem,” said Monica Weaver, Head of Branded Card Partnerships and Experiences at Capital One.

“That’s why we’re excited to announce Capital One Dining, which offers our rewards cardholders access to a curated collection of restaurants that has been built with the help of some of the most trusted names in dining, including the legendary Chef José Andrés, the Michelin Guide, and the James Beard Foundation. This is just the beginning, and we're excited to continue bringing our customers access to unforgettable culinary experiences.”

 

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Who Can Access Capital One Dining?

Capital One has indicated that the new Capital One dining platform will be available to all Capital One branded rewards cardholders. That means if you have a card like the new Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card, the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card, the Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card, the Capital One Quicksilver, or even the Capital One Savor or SavorOne cards, you'll have access starting in March.

Once available, cardholders will be able to access the Capital One dining platform through their Capital One account – including through the mobile app.

Co-branded Capital One credit cards like the Capital One® Walmart® Card will not have access to Capital One dining.

 

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What Cities Will Capital One Dining Resverations Be Available In?

Capital One Dining will launch with more than 350 restaurants across 11 U.S. cities. While Capital One has plans to grow the dining footprint, these markets will initially be available in March.

  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Washington D.C.
  • Denver
  • Los Angeles
  • Las Vegas
  • Miami
  • New York City
  • Philadelphia
  • San Francisco

Capital One has indicated that the restaurants available on the platform will not necessarily be exclusive to their platform. That means some of the restaurants you can find will also be available for reservations through Platforms like Resy – the dining reservation platform recently acquired by American Express.

That being said, restaurants partnering with Capital One dining will set aside exclusive table inventory for Capital One cardholders which can be booked through the dining platform.

 

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Bottom Line

Capital One introduced Capital One Dining – a new restaurant reservation platform that will launch in March.

When the platform is available, Capital One Dining will be available at more than 350 restaurants across 11 U.S. cities. Capital One has plans to eventually grow its footprint by adding new restaurants in additional markets.

 

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