Hurricane Sandy


Hurricane Sandy Survivor: Acqua at Peck Slip NYC

A year ago, Hurricane, or Superstorm, Sandy and all her wrath took aim at the Northeast, affecting millions of people and thousands of businesses. Acqua at Peck Slip, located down off Manhattan’s Seaport, was one of many restaurants that suffered severe flooding and extensive damages. Unlike some of their less fortunate counterparts in the neighborhood, [...]

On Our Plate: National Dine Out Day for Sandy Relief; Save on Taste of the Nation Palm Beach Tomorrow; Restaurant Weeks + More

Happenings on and around OpenTable… * TODAY is National Dine Out Day! Dine at a participating restaurant to support those still suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. * Save 15% on Taste of the Nation Palm Beach tickets tomorrow night. Discover more and get tickets now for 6/19. * Don’t miss Taste of the [...]

Make a Reservation for National Dine Out Day on June 19th for Hurricane Sandy Relief

Hurricane Sandy happened months ago, but the communities affected by this superstorm, especially those in New Jersey, are still working toward recovery. You can help by observing National Dine Out Day. When you dine out on Wednesday, June 19, at a participating restaurant, a percentage of your check will be donated to the Hurricane Sandy [...]

Attend Savor for Sandy on 12/16/12: Atlantic City Chefs Unite for Culinary Benefit to Aid Hurricane Sandy Victims thru Wish Upon A Hero Foundation!

Join Chef Chris Scarduzio at Table 31 in Philadelphia on Sunday, December 16, 2012, from 6PM-11PM, for Savor for Sandy, a special event to raise money for Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City employees affected by Hurricane Sandy. All of the event’s proceeds go directly to the Wish Upon a Hero Foundation. Created in partnership with Caesars Entertainment Atlantic [...]

“Our Table Is Yours, Thanksgiving Dinner” For Hurricane Sandy Relief

OpenTable is proud to support “Our Table Is Yours,” a special Thanksgiving Dinner for those affected by Hurricane Sandy, hosted by Food Network, Cooking Channel,and Southern Wine & Spirits of America. More than 1,000 New York City seniors and families who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy will get a brief reprieve from the effects of the [...]

Post-Sandy Restaurant Recovery Stories: East Village’s Dirt Candy Is Open

Restaurant Name: Dirt Candy Location: East Village Years in business: Four Status: Fully open and operational. Damage: None to restaurant; flood damage at storage space for online store. Losses: Entire food inventory; five days of service. Owner: Chef Amanda Cohen Prior to Sandy, had you ever had to deal with a disaster situation at this [...]

Post-Sandy Restaurant Recovery Stories: JoeDoe in the East Village Online + Open

Restaurant Name: JoeDoe Location: East Village Years in business: Four Status: Fully open. Damage: None. Losses: Minimal amounts of food; six days of service. Owner: Joe Dobias Prior to Sandy, had you ever had to deal with a disaster situation at this or any restaurant? I’ve been here for quite a few of them recently. [...]

Hudson Valley + Long Island Restaurant Weeks Happening Now Post-Sandy!

We’re thrilled to report that, despite the challenges metropolitan New York area restaurants have faced with Hurricane Sandy, two amazing restaurant weeks are happening right now. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kicked off on Monday, and runs through Tuesday, November 13, 2012. Restaurants will offer special three-course $20.95 lunches and $29.95 dinners. Participants include Harvest on Hudson, [...]

Atlantic City Restaurants Open for Business Post-Sandy: Updated 11/16/12

As you probably know, many restaurants in the Atlantic City area affected by Hurricane Sandy are open for business. Some are accepting reservations online, while others may only be able to accept reservations via phone or in person because of outage issues in the area. Dine out and show your support to restaurants who have [...]

New York Metro Area Restaurants Open for Business Post-Sandy: Updated 11/16/12

As you probably know, many restaurants in the greater New York metropolitan area affected by Hurricane Sandy are open for business. Some are accepting reservations online, while others may only be able to accept reservations via phone or in person because of outage issues in the area. Dine out and show your support to restaurants [...]