Cheaper Dining In Off-Peak Hours Via New Hungarian App

  • 26 Nov 2018 9:20 AM
  • Budapest Business Journal
Cheaper Dining In Off-Peak Hours Via New Hungarian App
Developer DiningHour recently launched an application offering diner discounts during off-peak hours. The company has partnered with 70 high-end restaurants in Budapest, and aims to raise that number to several hundred within a year.

While hotels and airlines operate with 70% capacity, on average, the figure for restaurants is around 35%, which means extra costs for business, making dining more expensive, the company said.

The app includes restaurants offering international and Hungarian cuisine, as well as eateries with a Michelin star.

DiningHour wants to attract partners from other parts of Hungary and internationally.

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