The NY times has an article about how OpenTable, (which is almost 20 years old), is losing its share to other up and coming online reservation apps, since Priceline took over, and drastically cut costs, and reduced its investment in any new technology. Apps like Resy are poaching the higher end restaurants (like Le Bernardin, Augustine, & Union Square Cafe) away from OpenTable. Yelp has also poached a bunch of restaurants that used to use OpenTable. I use OpenTable all the time for the convenience, and noticed recently a few of my regular 'OpenTable restaurants' have moved over to Yelp reservations. Apparently Yelp charges a flat monthly fee of $249.00, as opposed to $295.00 a month plus $1.00 per reservation that OpenTable charges. Resy also has an option to be put on a waiting list, which OpenTable doesn't have. That helps to cover all of the last minute no shows (which have been reduced to 4% from an average of 15%).