There's a greater number of booking platforms and apps that have the potential to help both restaurants and diners streamline the process of making reservations, but for the 2018 season Maine's The Lost Kitchen is going completely analog.
Due to the fact that it received an overwhelming number of reservations last year, The Lost Kitchen set out to implement a better system for processing requests; the farm-to-table's new reservation system calls for foodies to send the restaurant a postcard in order to secure a spot for dining.
Once received, these physical postcards will be drawn at random so that each interested person can be contacted by phone, at which point further details will be collected about one's dining requests.
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