To experience OpenTable Tab, diners simply tap the Tab feature when they book their reservation at participating restaurants. Once they're at the restaurant and ready to leave – or at any time during their meal – diners can let their server know they want to put their meal on their OpenTable Tab and then get up and go whenever they're ready. "Restaurant goers in LA love to be treated like regulars and truly value a VIP experience," said Catherine Porter, SVP of Strategy and Business Development at OpenTable. "OpenTable Tab is designed to reinvent and simplify the way diners pay at restaurants and enhance the overall dining experience. By removing the cumbersome and time-consuming credit card swap, diners who use OpenTable Tab can focus on enjoying their fantastic meal and our restaurant partners can focus on delivering amazing hospitality." "Tab gives us a new way to easily process payments from guests," added Amy Knoll Fraser, Owner of Redbird. "OpenTable continues to be a great partner for us, always innovating and offering new services to better accommodate our guests." OpenTable Tab is currently available at more than 75 restaurants in Los Angeles and will be introduced in more U.S. cities later this year. To learn more about Tab and view the current list of participating restaurants visit https://tab.opentable.com/.