This edition of Lunch Break showcases OpenTable employee and San Francisco brand marketing manager Tori Tsu. She adores avocado, despises doing the dishes, and is a fan of craft cocktails. Tori has dined at The French Laundry, would have nopa prepare her last meal, and aspires to visit noma in Copenhagen. Read on for her local dining tips.
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Today’s edition of Lunch Break highlights OpenTable employee and Chicago account executive Mike Fishman. He’s never worked in a restaurant, but that hasn’t stopped him from becoming a restaurant expert in the Windy City. He loves ramen, is a regular at the Paramount Room, and absolutely refuses to share his dessert. Consider yourself warned, sweets stealers.
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On Thursday, April 23, OpenTable invited employees to bring their children to the office in honor of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day! Our very first time celebrating this important day, the OpenTable San Francisco headquarters hosted 45 kids, from one month to 10 years old.
Our People + Culture team framed the day with a range of fun activities to teach these special guests about what their parents do at OpenTable. From a baby play room to a kids activity room that featured games and arts and crafts, we also provided restaurant and food-themed coloring pages, held a special cooking class around a waffle bar that allowed kids to make their own waffles since food is such a big part of our corporate culture.
Additional activities included an office tour and scavenger hunt, face painting, a family lunch, a special “Music with Ryan” session, in which Ryan Ward and his trusty guitar from People + Culture entertained kids (as he often does his fellow employees) with songs and a singalong. Parents and kids were also photographed together at the beginning of their day, and the kids created custom picture frames for their parents to keep on their desks.