Should restaurant reservations be for sale? (The New York Times) Some new smartphone apps let people pay to get reservations at restaurants where tables are in a great demand. Some essentially scalp reservations. With others, the restaurants themselves sell reservations. Are these services a useful way to let people get into popular restaurants, or are they just another way for restaurants to sell something that was once free? Owners and experts debate the issue.   —Ron ...

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