Savored.com is a website that provides a 30% discount off the total tab (including alcohol!) at participating restaurants in exchange for paying $10 for a confirmed reservation at that particular restaurant.
So far, we have used Savored.com reservations once each at Colt & Gray, ChoLon, and Sushi Sasa. Each time we've visited, we've reminded the waitstaff before ordering about the savored.com deal, and they've never had any issues processing it.
Registering at savored.com is free and very easy.
Because of the $10 charge per reservation, you're making a little bit of an investment in your dinner. The more people and the more food and drinks you order, the more the initial $10 pays off. However, be aware that Savored.com maximizes party size at four people. They do offer to refund your money if your meal savings are less than the reservation fee. You also have until two hours before reservation time to cancel or make changes.
I have had one small snag with savored.com. A few months ago, we made Savored.com dinner reservations for four at ChoLon that savored.com overbooked and was subsequently forced to cancel. They refunded our $10 reservation fee, and awarded us $30 to use toward future reservations. Normally this would only buy us three reservations, but because of a $5 post-Thanksgiving sale, were were able to stretch that $30.
The biggest downside to Savored is probably the limited number of participating restaurants. There are only 20 restaurants in Denver to choose from, although among that number are some of the best restaurants in town.
I would strongly recommend a savored.com membership for anyone who eats out frequently.
Please note that I have no affiliation whatsoever with Savored.com, and I am writing this review purely out of my own positive experiences with Savored.
|Mussels at Colt & Gray|
|Soup Dumplings at ChoLon|
|Sushi Rolls at Sushi Sasa|