April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman are famous for not taking reservations at NYC's The Spotted Pig, and they chose to institute the same policy with their first San Francisco project, Tosca Cafe. But nine months in, their will is officially broken: after testing the waters with a Sunday supper that accepts reservations, the duo has decided to open the floodgates and put Tosca's whole book on OpenTable. It's not exactly a sign of health for the restaurant, which hasn't quite become the hoped-for hotspot for a younger crowd that doesn't care about making a reservation. (Its stratospheric prices probably have something to do with that.) In any case, now you can reserve in Tosca's dining room; the bar remains first come, first served.