We at The Bad Deal have said NICE THINGS about Savored in the past. The service requires no pre-payment by guests and the demand-based pricing makes more economic sense than a deal from Groupon or Gilt City, which can overrun your restaurant with cheapos in the prime-time hours.
ALSO: Savored diners, as far as we can tell, aren’t limited to “Restaurant Week-esque” menu restrictions, as is often the case with deal sites. For example: At Le Cirque, you can get your discounts off the regular menu or the tasting menus.
While the service is now FREE, we were still kinda sorta fans of Savored even when it was charging $10 for reservations; we like to think the pre-payment was a reasonable “cancellation fee” of sorts.