It’s the most wonderful time of the week, as we prepare to turn on our OpenTable Spotlight offers in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. The names of the participating restaurants won’t be revealed until later tonight, but you can use these clues to guess where you’ll be able to save. Share your answers on our Spotlight message boards, Facebook, or Twitter.
Atlanta: One of Gwinnett County’s most beloved dining destinations, this family owned and run restaurant is set along the Chattahoochee River and serves classic German-European fare with a gracious Southern flair.
Boston: This unique restaurant is located in the Seaport neighborhood, near the Boston World Trade Center. Just off the water its decor reflects its seaside location and features stylish, eclectic cuisine.
Chicago: This unusual and creative Chicago hotspot prides itself on leaving nothing unfinished: each and every detail, from the ingredients to the dishware, contributes to the diner’s experience. Bring along a bottle of your favorite wine and enjoy one of the specialty 4, 7 or 13 course tasting menu options.
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: You’ll be on cloud nine at this beachside eatery, where the gorgeous scenery has attracted many a film crew – several television shows, movies and music videos have been filmed here.
New York: This Long Island destination prides itself on unpretentious and sophisticated dishes that are the perfect union of East and West.
Philadelphia: This stylish restaurant is a two-for-one dining destination and showroom location for one of the Northeast’s most celebrated handcrafted artisans. The picturesque dining room showcases the bucolic location with expansive windows to highlight the scenery.
San Francisco: Nestled just 30 minutes south of San Francisco, this charming restaurant was the first in San Mateo County to be recognized as a Bay Area Green Business. A neighborhood favorite for 20 years, it features a seasonal, contemporary menu that showcases the restaurant’s wood burning oven.
Washington, D.C.: Authenticity is the name of the game at this Adams Morgan eatery, which serves up delicious meals that hail from a region in southern Mexico.