Booth and Bottle application co-founded by George Brown student
Booth and Bottle is an event-curating application that allows users to explore all that Toronto nightlife has to offer through a city-wide venue directory and efficient, mobile bottle service and guest list reservation system.
“This application will revolutionize the night life of Toronto,” said Ernesto Gaita, co-founder of the Booth and Bottle application. He believes that Booth and Bottle’s easy-to-use interface and social nature are the main reasons people like the app. He also emphasizes that Booth and Bottle is the first app in Canada that offers both a guest list and bottle service option. “There are other apps in Canada that are based on nightlife but not in the same way that we are,” said Gaita.
Mario Cieslak, co-founder of Booth & Bottle and a third year student of construction management and engineering at George Brown College said, “Booth and Bottle provides users nightlife access in truly a unique way.” He added that it is a simple tool to help plan your special night. Also, with this app users can book services at clubs, gather points and then unlock exclusive nightlife inspired perks and promotions.
Booth and Bottle offers unparalleled access to nightlife establishments across the Greater Toronto Area through their unique mobile application. “We provide users with the ability to reserve booths and tables and guest list at a variety of venues while saving them the hassle of waiting in queue to take entry into a club,” Gaita said.
While utilizing the Booth and Bottle mobile application, users will be able to browse through a directory of conveniently organized and categorized nightlife venues. The aim is to facilitate user exploration by simplifying the search for an ideal party location. Each venue maintains its own unique venue page, wherein users are provided stunning photos, information about the venue, and the ability to swiftly reserve a booth or a spot on the guest list.
The application was also co-founded by Mario Cieslak, Matthew Marij, and Daniel Palumbo along with Ernesto Gaita. The team came up with this idea in 2013 when they realized that it was difficult for anyone who’s new to nightlife to book venues.