Allset, a leading platform for restaurant reservations and pre-ordering, announced a new partnership with BJ's Restaurants, Inc. to test dine-in pre-ordering service for chain’s locations.
This partnership will allow anyone who wants a faster dine-in service, including Allset's large base of corporate diners, to dine at chain’s locations by using Allset. Diners will be able to make reservations, order meals, and pay the bill before arriving at the restaurant to ensure faster dine-in service.
“Allset's technology gives us a new and exciting way to create an experience for our diners more in line with today’s guest needs. We also look forward to seeing if we can increase dine-in traffic and shorten guest dining duration if they so choose. While most other services focus on delivery and takeout, Allset promotes our restaurants' dine-in experience to millennials and people in a hurry,” says Greg Trojan, Chief Executive Officer for BJ’s Restaurants.
“We are excited to offer BJ's Restaurants to our network of restaurant lovers. We believe that eating out is a better alternative to delivery and takeout because it enhances life and improves productivity. This partnership with BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is a natural fit since the chain is known for having something for everyone and both great dining experience and convenience,” adds Stas Matviyenko, CEO Allset/
Allset’s pre-ordering for dine-in technology is becoming increasingly popular among the restaurant chains, including Buffalo Wild Wings, Bareburger, Pokéworks, Freshii, The Bean, Noon Mediterranean, and by Chloe – all partnering with Allset.
To launch this partnership, BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse guests are eligible for $15 off their first order placed through Allset with code BJS15 (valid through January 31).
Pre-ordering for dine-in from Allset is available at seven BJ's Restaurants & Brewhouse locations:
Los Angeles area
- Culver City
- Arbor Walk
- Cedar Park
- Round Rock
- Sunset Valley
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