Apps help you find a restaurant for Valentine'sA Valentine's dinner can be complicated: Reservations are hard to get and prices are often inflated. CNET's Kara Tsuboi helps you eliminate some of the heartache (from dinner-planning at least) with Tech Minute's roundup of new reservation apps.
[MUSIC] A Valentine's Day dinner is all about the atmosphere. The right lighting, gracious service, romantic decor. To pick the right setting for you and your date, try the free iPhone and Android app, Hoppit. When you use the ask search feature, you can specify what type of environment you're after. Classy, chill, trendy. The Apple makes suggestions and shows you photos of menus so you're sure to make a sound decision. The free app Reserve acts like a concierge in your pocket, and will help you find a reservation on your chosen date. At the end of the meal, there's no need to whip out your wallet. You'll be seamlessly charged on the credit card linked to your account, including the tip and a fee for the service. And, finally, if you're after a dining deal, try the free app, BiteHunter. This app pulls deals, coupons, and specials, from all sorts of sources across the web, like Groupon and Living Social. And aggregates all of them in one place. Purchase the deal directly through BiteHunter, and redeem it from your smartphone's screen, once you're at the restaurant. Hey, who says romance can't come at a bargain? Again. In San Francisco I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News. [MUSIC]