Another week, another awesome round of OpenTable Spotlight offers are set to go live. Tuesday’s deals shine in Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco, while Wednesday brings six Spotlight offers out in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. See how well you know your local restaurant scene by trying to guess where the deal nearest you will be!
* Atlanta area: Grills, Gauchos and good times abound at this mouth-watering Marietta restaurant.
* Boston/New England: This gorgeous restaurant in scenic Vermont is a two-for-one gourmet dining destination and showroom location for one of the northeast’s most celebrated handcraft artisans.
* Chicago area: Only a half-hour north of Chicago, this classy restaurant serves mouth-watering French cuisine and takes pride in its impeccable service.
* Denver: Located in Denver’s Historic Highlands, this popular local eatery serves exceptional contemporary American comfort food with a touch of Italian and French inspiration.
* Los Angeles: Steps away from the Pasadena Playhouse, this creative restaurant offers enticing dishes inspired by single, elemental ingredients. Celebrate the season’s bounty and indulge in a luscious cocktail made with fresh fruits, herbs, and house-infused liquors.
* New York: This East Village restaurant is named after the two-faced Roman god of doorways, and features a tantalizing blend of traditional and contemporary Italian cuisine.
* Philadelphia: Celebrate Mother Nature at this bountiful restaurant in Glen Mills where feeling good and eating great go hand in hand. The tantalizing menu features many ‘under 500-calorie’ meals that are both healthy and delicious!
* San Francisco: This homey Italian restaurant proudly boasts the largest wine selection in San Francisco’s West Portal neighborhood.
* Washington, D.C.: Gather your friends and family for a convivial feast of authentic Turkish tapas and wine at this vibrant Dupont Circle eatery. The sister restaurant to one of Adams Morgan’s most popular tapas venues, the restaurants’ names are anagrams of each other.