#100opentables: These Are a Few of Our Favorite Tweets

There’s just a week left to enter the #100opentables on giveaway. Join us for one of 100 dinners being held in 30 cities on April 9th — each of which will feature incredible food, fascinating company, and inspiration for what’s ahead. You can enter via Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter until March 24, 2015. Good luck to all our confident, hungry, and passionate entrants.

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Now Get This: New OpenTable ‘Places I’ve Eaten’ Facebook App — Free + Fun!

Create your have-dined and to-dine lists — and much more — with the new OpenTable Facebook app Places I’ve Eaten today!

We are thrilled to announce the release of our new Facebook app Places I’ve Eaten. This fresh app makes it easy for people to share their dining history, favorite restaurants, and wish lists with friends on Facebook. Places I’ve Eaten also enables people on Facebook to see where their friends have dined, see their own and their friends’ ratings, share recommendations, tag friends with whom they’ve dined, and make reservations.

“Places I’ve Eaten makes it easy for diners to share and be inspired by memorable dining experiences and to tap into their friends’ knowledge of local dining scenes,” notes our own Scott Jampol, Vice President of Consumer Marketing at OpenTable. “We hope the app will help diners discover new hot spots, share recommendations with friends, and experience their favorite restaurants all over again.”Continue Reading

Now Get This: New OpenTable ‘Places I’ve Eaten’ Facebook App — Free + Fun!

Create your have-dined and to-dine lists — and much more — with the new OpenTable Facebook app Places I’ve Eaten today!

We are thrilled to announce the release of our new Facebook app Places I’ve Eaten. This fresh app makes it easy for people to share their dining history, favorite restaurants, and wish lists with friends on FacebookPlaces I’ve Eaten also enables people on Facebook to see where their friends have dined, see their own and their friends’ ratings, share recommendations, tag friends with whom they’ve dined, and make reservations.

“Places I’ve Eaten makes it easy for diners to share and be inspired by memorable dining experiences and to tap into their friends’ knowledge of local dining scenes,” notes our own Scott Jampol, Vice President of Consumer Marketing at OpenTable. “We hope the app will help diners discover new hot spots, share recommendations with friends, and experience their favorite restaurants all over again.”

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Quebec Wants Chefs; Final Resting Places of Famous Foodies; Allergy-Friendly Dining App; Chef Fitness Tips + How Many Courses Are Too Many?

Rest in Pizza would be a more appropriate epitaph for the tombstones of great gourmets!

Restaurant and food news from around the three dubs…

* Of courses. How many are too many? Don’t ask me. I’m a the-more-the-merrier diner. [Clean Plate Charlie]

* I don’t want to be buried in a chefs’ cemetery. I don’t want to be buried at all, but that’s a whole other conversation. But, you can tour the final resting places of some of New York’s most famous food legends. [Wall Street Journal]

* Appetite for deconstruction. Restaurants inspired by music and musicians. [Paste]

* Fat-free recipes. Top chefs share their tips for staying slim. [Daily Mail]

* Olde tyme fun with Facebook. Chain restaurant reviews from senior diners. [Tumblr]

* Forget cookies and muffins. A restaurant in Bangkok leaves diners with a much more personal takeaway. [Chicago Tribune]

* Oh no she didn’t! Yep, actually she did. She being ‘Real Housewife’ Heather Dubrow and the doing being the dissing of the restaurants of the OC. [BuddyTV]

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