Get Exclusive Reservations with Capital One Dining

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Capital One is launching a new dining feature for its rewards card members. The new Capital One Dining will offer access to difficult reservations and a curated list of fine restaurants.

Capital One Dining to Launch in March

Capital One and award-winning chef José Andrés — as well as the James Beard Foundation and the Michelin Guide —have joined forces to create a new dining experience for Capital One Rewards cardholders (including the new Venture X). Capital One Dining is a new credit card feature that offers exclusive reservations, special events, experiences, and more. In March, the program will initially be rolled out in several cities, featuring 350 restaurants.

Initial Cities Upon Launch

The initial launch will see Capital One Rewards cardholders in the following U.S. cities enjoying exclusive access to 350 eateries:

  • New York City
  • San Francisco
  • Chicago
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • Miami

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Through the Capital One mobile app or on desktop, eligible cardmembers will be able to reserve tables from those set aside for Capital One Dining members exclusively. Cardmember can also update their profiles to include any dietary preferences, plus special dates such as birthdays and anniversaries. These details will be automatically flagged to participating restaurants.

“We know our customers are passionate about dining out with family and friends, whether it’s a 12-course dinner at an award-winning restaurant or brunch at a hidden gem,” said Monica Weaver, head of branded card partnerships at Capital One. “This is just the beginning, and we’re excited to continue bringing our customers access to unforgettable culinary experiences.”

For his part, Chef Andrés led the curation of the Capital One Dining recommendations, including his favorite picks. The restaurants also include part of his own ThinkFoodGroup restaurant portfolio, including his two-Michelin-starred minibar in Washington’s Penn Quarter.

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