A bird’s Eye View

Not all guests are created equal.

Renowned ornithologist, Dr. Greg Bird, has studied the behaviour of many bird species in our dining rooms. His insights have guided the development of specially crafted features, indispensable to the modern restaurateur.

AVOID THE RUSHES

LOVE FINDING A DEAL

SEEK FAMILIARITY

TAKE THEIR TIME

Early Birds

First in line, offer them an incentive to dine.

The Early Birds prefer to avoid the rush by arriving early and on time. They will become loyal customers if incentivized for being reliable.

By maximizing their early seatings, restaurants benefit by serving more guests and generating net new revenue.

Create financial incentives to seat more guests earlier.

FLOCK AT
THE SAME TIME

HAVE A HIGH
PURCHASING POWER

FOLLOW THE LATEST
DINING TRENDS

SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCE ONLINE

Flying Flocks

Seeking the latest, in greatest numbers

The Flying Flocks love to eat out, try new food, and share their experience with friends and family online. They will continue to shape the future of dining.

Restaurants that make an effort to truly understand their dining preferences and spending habits, will appeal to this group and tap into their immense purchasing power.

Generate new profit during peak hours of service.

ARRIVE AFTER
THE RUSH

KNOWN FOR
STARTING A TAB

SEEK THE NEWEST EXPERIENCES

KNOW THE HOTTEST
SPOTS IN TOWN

NIGHT OWLS

Crossing town, one bite and drink at a time.

The Night Owls are late to the dinner, but bring the party. They are not in a rush to get to bed, but will maintain the festivities when the crowds clear.

Once service slows down, restaurants can appeal to these explorers with exclusive experiences that revolve around good music, conversation, and drink.

Curate unique experiences when service slows down.

unlocking new profit

Tablz is the first restaurant reservation platform that leverages the three phases of service.

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