Julian Jung was vaca­tioning in Brazil in 2012 when he first had the idea of a mobile app that makes it easy for con­sumers to book tables at night­clubs and lounges and then split the bill with friends.

Jung, 24, turned his idea into Boston-​​based mobile app Tablelist, which sur­passed $200,000 in top-​​line rev­enue since last December and launched last month in pri­vate beta in Las Vegas and New York City.

In Boston, the mobile app has had about 10,000 down­loads since it launched last Sep­tember and allows users to book tables at all of Boston’s night­clubs ranging from Shrine to Storyville.

Between 500 and 1,000 active users are booking tables at night­clubs all over Boston at any given time, said Jung, a North­eastern Uni­ver­sity grad­uate who is also an investor in Boston-​​based alcohol delivery ser­vice mobile app Drizly.

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