On Our Plate: Restaurant Week Boston Rocks on; San Diego Restaurant Week Preview; Tennis Channel’s NYC US Open Dining Guide; Kale’s on the Menu

Roger Federer and Serena Williams are some of tennis’s most fashionable players, on and off the court. Who wouldn’t want to dine with either of these champions?

Happenings on and around OpenTable…

* We’ve teamed up with Tennis Channel to create a US Open NYC Dining Guide. Learn when to tune in and where to dine out.

* Now trending on OpenTable restaurant reviewsKale.

*  With which top-seeded US Open tennis player would you most like to dine? Vote in this week’s poll!

* Did you dine with the stars recently? Learn which OpenTable restaurants received visits from celebs lately.

* Did you send the Tweet of the WeekFind out!

* Houston Restaurant Weeks are happening now! Don’t miss two-course $20 lunches and three-course $35 dinners through 8/31.

* NYC Go Prix Fixe has arrivedCelebrate dining with $24.07 lunches and $35.00 dinners in the Big Apple through September 3.

Dallas-Fort Worth KRLD Restaurant Week has been extended! Take advantage of delicious prix-fixe dinners for $35, through September 2.

* Washington, D.C. Restaurant Week is extended, too! Book now for $20.12 lunches + $35.12 dinners.

* Miami Spice is heating up. $19 or $22 lunches and $33 or $39 dinners through September 30.

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

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Dining with the Stars: Tebow’s Table at Philippe; Designer Gaultier Has a Stylish Dinner at 25 Lusk; Redford Hits Marlowe; A-Rod Lightens up at Bianca

After a long day of following the money, poor Robert Redford had to make yet more phone calls to find an open table in the 1970s.

Celebrity sightings at OpenTable restaurants include…

* Designer Jean Paul Gaultier hit up Top 100 Hot Spot 25 Lusk in SOMA San Francisco. [Tablehopper]

Joe Manganiello of True Blood sunk his teeth into a juicy steak at Benjamin Steakhouse in the Big Apple. [New York Post]

* New York Yankee A-Rod was watching his spring-training figure when he ordered a super-lean fish dish from Bianca restaurant in Miami Beach. [NY Post]

* Former Los Angeles Dodgers Frank McCourt owner dined at Crown on Manhattan’s Upper East Side following the sale of his team. [NY Post]

Foreign Cinema in the Bay Area hosted director John Waters for dinner. [Tablehopper]

* Son-of-Tom Connor Cruise spun a set to celebrate the opening of Katsuya Houston. [US Weekly]

Katherine Heigel and singer hubby Josh Groban got cozy at Little Dom’s in Los Feliz, California. [US Weekly]

* Robert Redford (whom I will always worship because of All the President’s Men) noshed at Marlowe in San Francisco. [Tablehopper]

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