New York City 2015 Michelin Starred Restaurants: Book a Table Today!

OpenTable is pleased to highlight the honorees in the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2015. Seventy-three restaurants are included, with six New York restaurants receiving the Michelin three-star level, the highest recognition in the culinary world, and nine achieving two Michelin stars. Fifty-eight restaurants earned one Michelin star. There were nineteen new additions overall, including Betony, Juni, and Meadowsweet.

Being included in the respected MICHELIN Guide is a sign of excellence and quality. In the U.S., New York is one of only three cities where Michelin publishes an annual guide. The others are San Francisco and Chicago. The MICHELIN Guide San Francisco 2015, the city’s seventh edition, will be introduced October 22, and the MICHELIN Guide Chicago 2014 will be published on November 12.

Congratulations to all the recipients, including:

Three Stars: Eleven Madison ParkJean GeorgesLe Bernardin, and Per Se.

Two Stars: Aquavit, Atera, Daniel, Ichimura, JungsikMarea, and Soto.

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OpenTable Reveals the Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America

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San Antonio, Texas, tops the list of most romantic cities for the second year in a row.

As we anticipate the romance of Valentine’s Day, we are pleased to release its rankings of the Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America.

While our nation is known for its diverse food culture, our analysis revealed that romance is a popular dining trend in cities across America.  In order to provide a ranking of cities where romantic dining is inherently part of the culture, the OpenTable Most Romantic Cities Index was calculated using three variables: the percentage of restaurants rated “romantic” according to OpenTable diner reviews; the percentage of tables seated for two; and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine’s Day last year.

The following cities, listed in order, comprise the Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America. The complete list may also be viewed here.

Top 25 Most Romantic Dining Cities in America

1. San Antonio, Texas

2. St. Louis, Missouri

3. Providence, Rhode Island

4. Atlantic City, New Jersey

5. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

6. Salt Lake City, Utah

7. Columbus, Ohio

8. Houston, Texas

9. Brooklyn, New York

10. Louisville, Kentucky

11. Austin, Texas

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New York City 2014 Michelin Starred Restaurants Named: Book a Table Today!

TMGNYC2014OpenTable is pleased to highlight the honorees in the MICHELIN Guide New York City 2014. Sixty-seven restaurants are included, with seven New York restaurants receiving the Michelin three-star level, the highest recognition in the culinary world, with five achieving two Michelin stars. Fifty-five restaurants earned one Michelin star, with nine new additions, including Carbone, Lincoln Ristorante, and The Musket Room.

Being included in the respected MICHELIN Guide is a sign of excellence and quality. In the U.S., New York is one of only three cities where Michelin publishes an annual guide. The others are San Francisco and Chicago. The MICHELIN Guide San Francisco 2014, the city’s seventh edition, will be introduced Oct. 23, and the MICHELIN Guide Chicago 2014 will be published on Nov. 13.

Congratulations to all the recipients, including:

Three Stars: DanielEleven Madison ParkJean GeorgesLe Bernardin, and Per Se.

Two Stars: JungsikMarea, and Soto.

One Star: 15 EastAi FioriAldeaAnnisaAquavitAureoleA Voce ColumbusA Voce Madison, Babbo Ristorante, Blue HillBouley, BrushstrokeCafe Boulud, Carbone, Casa Mono, Caviar RusseDanny Brown Wine Bar & KitchenDel PostoDovetailGotham Bar and GrillGramercy TavernHakkasan, Jewel BakoJunoon, Kajitsu,  Lincoln RistoranteMinetta TavernThe Modern, The Musket RoomThe NoMadOceanaPublicRosanjinRouge TomateSeasonal Restaurant and WeinbarSushi of GariTamarind-Tribeca, TelepanTorrisi Italian SpecialitiesTulsiWallsé, wd~50, and Yakitori Tori Shin.

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Ace Your 2013 US Open Dining Experiences with the Tennis Channel

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As always, I will be rooting for Roger Federer. Allez!

The 2013 US Open Tennis Championships start today in New York. If you’re heading to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center during the next two weeks, as I am, you’ll likely work up an appetite. Fortunately, the folks at The Tennis Channel have put together a US Open dining guide for the competition. Click here to find a restaurant to match your appetite.

Hoping to spot some Tennis Channel stars while they’re in town? Jim Courier favors Babbo Ristorante. Martina Navratilova enjoys Pure Food and Wine. Tracy Austin is a fan of 21 Club, while Mary Carillo likes to dine at Serafina’s.Continue Reading