Get ready to save 50% on your next meal with this week’s OpenTable Spotlight deals in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. We’ll let you know where the Spotlight will shine this evening, but, until then, use these clues and make your best guesses on our Spotlight message boards, Facebook, or Twitter.
Atlanta: Named after a Russian Emperor, this stunning restaurant looks over the Atlanta skyline from its lofty perch. Experience royal decadence and excellent cuisine at this downtown gem.
Boston: Tucked in Boston’s East End, this stylish fusion lounge/restaurant offers indulgent drinks and eclectic, delectable cuisine.
Chicago: This Riverwest dining destination is a stylish blend of old school style with contemporary preparation. A few bites of the classic American comfort cuisine and a couple sips of delicious cocktails will have you singing like a bird.
Denver: Situated in a historical manor dating back to the 19th century, this family-owned Italian restaurant specializes in serving delicious 4-course meals complete with warm garlic bread.
Los Angeles: This Culver City eatery offers sustainable new American cuisine with a wholesome, hearty flair. Treat yourself to a delicious meal in the innovative, eco-friendly constructed building.
New York: This Gramercy gem is a passageway to Italy. Enjoy sumptuous regional Roman dishes in an elegant yet cozy dining environment.
Philadelphia: This classic steakhouse is reminiscent of a 1940s supper club. Enjoy mouthwatering steaks and other classic steakhouse fare in an elegant, retro atmosphere.
San Francisco: Minutes away from San Francisco’s MoMA, Embarcadero, and Ballpark, this SOMA gem serves authentic Italian fare and features an excellent all-Italian wine list. With a focus on fresh, organic produce and natural and humanely raised meats and poultry, the rustic menu takes on a contemporary flair.
Washington, D.C.: This restaurant’s namesake and original location is nestled in a small, Tuscan town over four thousand miles from their Dupont Circle location. For the past 21 years, DC area diners have been savoring this traditional, rustic Italian dining experience.