On Our Plate: NYC Restaurant Week Continues; Baltimore Restaurant Week Is on; COOLINARY New Orleans Kicks off; Dine Tampa Bay Begins Tomorrow + More

Many diners have indicated that if this little fella burst into endless tears at the next table, they'd leave the restaurant.

Happenings on and around OpenTable…

* Now trending on OpenTable restaurant reviewsCucumbers.

What do you do when a crying child threatens to ruin your meal? Vote in this week’s poll!

* Did you spot any celebrities while dining out? We did! Find out which OpenTable restaurants the stars visited recently.

* Did you send the Tweet of the WeekFind out!

* New York City Restaurant Week continues through August 10, and we’ve got the scoop on special menus from Lincoln RistoranteCafé Centro, and La Fonda del SolLearn what they’re serving and why it’s so special.

* Hudson Restaurant Week is a hit! $13-$18 lunches and $25-$35 dinners, through August 3.

* Baltimore Restaurant Week is here! Reserve to enjoy $15.12 lunches and $20.12 or $30.12 dinners, July 27-August 5.

* Howard County Restaurant Weeks are happening now. Dine on prix-fixe menus from $10.12-$40.12, through August 6th!

* COOLINARY New Orleans has started. Reserve to enjoy special menus at discounts, August 1-31.

* Dive in and dine during Dine Tampa Bay kicks off tomorrow. Make your reservations for $25, $35 & $45 dinners, August 3-17, 2012.

Dallas-Fort Worth KRLD Restaurant Week returns! Take advantage of delicious prix-fixe dinners for $35, August 13-19.

* Pittsburgh Restaurant Week reservations are going fast. Don’t miss fantastic prix-fixe menus, August 13-19.

* Washington, D.C. Restaurant Week is back in August. Book now for $20.12 lunches + $35.12 dinners, August 13-19.

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Tweet of the Week: Call Me Maybe … a Food Lover?

Okay, so there had to be ONE Carly Rae Jepsen reference on the blog before she gets relegated to the one-hit wonders/stale cultural references bin, right? Seriously, though, we loved this tweet from @JoshMonje. Being a lover of food and being an OpenTable diner clearly go hand in hand. Or stomach in stomach. Or something. Anyway, thanks for putting how we feel into 140 characters or less, Josh!