Best Restaurants for American Cuisine: OpenTable 2010 Diners’ Choice Winners

Best American Restaurants 2010 Best Restaurants for American Cuisine: OpenTable 2010 Diners Choice WinnersIndependence Day is just around the corner, the time of year when we celebrate everything that’s great about our nation. Since those celebrations typically involve food, we’re patriotically pleased to announce the 50 restaurant winners of OpenTable’s 2010 Diners’ Choice Awards for Best American Restaurants. Derived from 5,000,000+ reviews submitted by OpenTable diners of more than 11,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, this list honors the restaurants that serve up a slice of the best of American cuisine at every meal.

The winners, which include A Toute Heure in New Jersey, Kansas City’s Bluestem, The French Laundry in Yountville, Manhattan’s Gramercy Tavern and Per Se, Tilth in Seattle, VOLT in Maryland, and many others, have honored our roots as a farming nation by helping renew interest in local sourcing and heritage techniques, including butchering, curing and smoking meats, canning, pickling, and preserving — as well as continuing to innovate in their kitchens.

Use this list to connect with the country’s rich culinary history and delicious future throughout the coming seasons.

2 Responses to “Best Restaurants for American Cuisine: OpenTable 2010 Diners’ Choice Winners”

  1. James Gray

    Will you do the same for bakeries? Dozen Bake Shop in Pittsburgh is considered one of the best. I hope to see us on your list of top bakeries in the country.

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