OpenTable now allowing customers to make reservations … at the supermarket

Suddenly finding itself with time on its hands, restaurant-booking app OpenTable just debuted a feature allowing people to book vacant time slots—or join waitlists—for supermarkets, grocers, and other essential businesses. OpenTable is currently providing the service in Los Angeles and San Francisco along with a handful of partners (the majority of which are restaurants that’ve pivoted to pop-up markets), but told The Verge that the company is in “active talks with other national grocers/retailers.”

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