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Spring Restaurant Weeks Have Sprung: Save on Dining in a City Near You!

Spring restaurant weeks are starting up… * Austin Restaurant Week: Enjoy $17 brunches, $12 or $17 lunches, and $27 or $37 dinners, April 7-10 and April 14-17. Book a table. * Detroit Restaurant Week: Serving up $30 gourmet dinners, April 19-28. Book a table. * Hamptons Restaurant Week: Order up $27.95 delicious dinners, April 7-14. Book a table. * [...]

Winter Restaurant Weeks Continue in Boston, Cleveland, Denver + More

Winter restaurant weeks continue. Revisit old favorites and try new restaurants on your to-dine list for less. * Annapolis Restaurant Week:  $15.95 two-course lunches and $32.95 three-course dinners, February 25-March 3. Book a table. * Atlantic City Restaurant Week: $15.13 lunches and $33.13 dinners, March 3-9. Book a table. * Restaurant Week Boston: 2-course light lunches for $15.13, 3-course lunches [...]

Tweet of the Week: “OpenTable Points Every Time I Order Lunch!”

There’s a new parody video in town — and its name is “LUNCH.” An homage to LMFAO’s “Shots” music video, Josh Hyman and the other funny folks behind “LUNCH” give OpenTable reservations and our Dining Rewards program a nice little shout-out at around the 2:50 mark. Happy lunching, @MrJoshHyman!

Restaurant News Roundup: Rules for the Perfect Restaurant; Morton’s Draws in Diners; Barbara Lynch’s Menton Nears Opening, and More

What people are talking about when they talk about restaurants this week… * Critic AA Gill reveals his version of the golden rules for a perfect restaurant — sort of. [London Times] * Morton’s thrives, proving that people are still eating plenty of red meat. [Wall Street Journal] * Having a power lunch in London? [...]

Restaurant News Roundup: 1834 Bar & Burger Means Business; The French Laundry Is Memorable; Cecconi’s Does Sunday Suppers; Le Gavroche Kicks Off Lobster Festival, and More

The latest news about top restaurants on OpenTable… * It’s not the world’s biggest burger, but 1834 Bar & Burger in New York’s Financial District is serving a 10 pounder for $75. [Eater NY] * Is Absinthe in San Francisco considering moving to bigger digs? [Grub Street San Francisco] * Brother Jimmy’s BBQ restaurant is [...]