Restaurants


OpenTable Reviews Reveal #DinersChoice Top 100 Fit for Foodies Restaurants in America — with Slideshow

In celebration of our country’s progressive food and dining culture, we are pleased to honor the 2014 Diners’ Choice Award winners for the Top 100 Fit for Foodies Restaurants in America. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than 5 million restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for more than 20,000 restaurants in all [...]

20 Culinary Questions with Editor Amy Strauss of Philadelphia’s The Town Dish

Amy Strauss is the Editor in Chief of TheTownDish.com, a network of sites focusing on the food and dining scene in the greater Philadelphia area including its sumptuous suburbs — and beyond! An OpenTable member since 2008, she lives in Downington, Pennsylvania, where she can enjoy the best of Philadelphia proper as well the amazing hyper-local fare [...]

After the Earthquake: 15 Napa Restaurants Getting Rave Reviews

Less than two weeks ago, a 6.1 earthquake struck the Napa Valley. Buildings were damaged and power was lost, and, as a result, the restaurant community was hit hard. According to an Eater article, damages to the area are estimated in excess of $1 billion, along with $100 million in economic losses. Fortunately, most eateries were [...]

20 Culinary Questions with Washington, D.C., Food Writer Nevin Martell

Nevin Martell may be a New York native, but he’s made himself very much at home in Washington, D.C., over the last decade, and he definitely knows how to dine like a local. A freelance food and travel writer, Martell is the author of the recently published travelogue-memoir Freak Show Without a Tent: Swimming with Piranhas, Getting [...]

September Restaurant Weeks: Where to Save on Dining During the Last Days of Summer

We’re sad that summer is waning, but don’t despair — there are still many ways to save on dining out in cities across the U.S. * Arizona Restaurant Week aims to please with $30-$44 three-course dinners, September 19-28. Book now. * Brandywine Valley Restaurant Week is serving two-course $15 lunches and three-course $35 dinners, September [...]

New York Restaurants: Sign up Today to Support ‘Dine Out for Heroes’ on November 5th

New York City restaurants are invited to stand with legendary restaurateurs Daniel Boulud, Andrew Carmellini, Jeffrey Lefcourt, Drew Nieporent, Simon Oren, Eric Ripert, and Jeff Zalaznick as they join forces to partner with the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) to launch the first annual Dine Out for Heroes, a one-day-only event on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. Each participating restaurant will donate $1 [...]

20 Culinary Questions with San Francisco Food Writer Amy Sherman of ‘Cooking with Amy’

Amy Sherman is a cook, eater, and culinary enthusiast based in San Francisco. She runs the popular cooking and dining blog Cooking with Amy. An avid gourmand and traveler, Sherman says, “Cooking and eating are one of the best ways to learn about yourself and world around you.” She adores sushi and would eat it [...]

August Restaurant Weeks: Dine for Less!

The dog days of summer may not be here, but the savings days are! Restaurant weeks are happening now, and whether you’re on the road, or staying close to home, you won’t want to miss your chance to enjoy steals on meals this month. * Alexandria Restaurant Week offers $35 three-course dinners for one or $35 [...]