Like many of our most interesting foods, artichokes don’t look like the most inviting of ingredients. In fact, they look downright defensive, with their armadillo-like, be-thorned outer petals. While artichokes’ exteriors belie the deliciousness inside, you can bet it’s there; it just takes a bit of work to get to the big, tasty reveals, be [...]
There are thousands of reviews on OpenTable, but sometimes one really stands out — as is the case with this charming review. This diner visited the Black Bass Hotel in Lumberville, Pennsylvania, 50 years (!) after his very first visit, during which he proposed to his companion. A half a century later, the pair are [...]
Depending on your age, the very first time you try burrata, you may experience anger. That sounds crazy, but hear me out. You see, unless you’re trying it as a child, your love-at-first-bite sentiments of delight could quickly give way to bitterness, a bitterness born of the fact that for however many years you’ve been [...]
Uni, or sea urchin, has typically been a staple on fine sushi menus, but it is fast becoming ubiquitous at restaurants serving all types of cuisines. Its rise in popularity, however, doesn’t mean it is beloved by all. In fact, uni can be downright divisive. Go ahead and ask your friends if they like uni. [...]
Over the weekend, OpenTable sent diners a recap of their 2012 year in dining. Covering everything from how many reservations you made, the reviews you wrote, and how many Dining Cheques you received, the emails prompted a slew of fun tweets. Diners shared fond memories from the past year, boasted of their number of reservations [...]
What’s your timetable for trying a just-opened restaurant? Do you want to be the first diners through the door — or do you wait for buzz to build? Weigh in on today’s dining poll. How long do you wait before trying a new restaurant?
What motivates you to stay at the top of your game? For our restaurant partner Centro in Toronto, Ontario, it’s stars — on their OpenTable reviews page, that is. And there are a LOT of them to see!
Spring officially sprung last week, and one of its hallmark ingredients that most excites chefs and diners alike are ramps. Also known as wild leeks, garlicky ramps can be served dozens of different ways. Actually, there are probably hundreds of ways to enjoy them. See what diners are saying about ramps in select OpenTable reviews from the last [...]
In his entertaining list of fine-dining faux pas over the course of 2011, New York Post restaurant critic Steve Cuozzo calls out chefs and restaurateurs who, as Eater puts it, talk back to critics after receiving a bad review. Thanks to the internet and social media, it’s easier than ever to accomplish just that. But [...]
Would you be more likely to dine at a restaurant if you saw that one of your Facebook friends had given it a positive review?customer surveys