Scott Jampol

The Bold Italic + OpenTable: Hacking the Dining Experience

In a city where you can find both start-ups and trendy restaurants on the same block, the two are invariably bound to collide. On Monday, September 22, OpenTable and The Bold Italic joined forces to bring together a panel of influencers to discuss two of the more powerful currents running through San Francisco: food and [...]

Scenes from NewCo. San Francisco 2014

Last week, OpenTable was proud to participate in the third annual 2014 NewCo. San Francisco tech conference. We hosted executives, entrepreneurs, investors, and future influencers, opening our doors to offer a peek inside what makes our company unique. Held at the OpenTable San Francisco headquarters, attendees enjoyed beverages and bites as they participated in a discussion [...]

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

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, [...]

OpenTable Introduces Free Mobile App for Kindle Fire

Welcome the latest member of our mobile products family — the Kindle Fire OpenTable mobile app! The OpenTable app for Kindle Fire enables users to find and book available tables at nearby restaurants. Diners can instantly refine their search by neighborhood, cuisine and price.  They can also access photos, maps, menus and parking information, along [...]

On Our Plate: The RAMMYS Winners; LudoBites 7.0; and Restaurant Weeks Galore!

Here are just a few things we’re excited about right now! * The RAMMYS were held Sunday evening in Washington, D.C. And, as you can see from the picture, OpenTable was in the house! A heartfelt congratulations to all the nominees and honorees, including Chef Geoff’s, Founding Farmers, and Ted’s Bulletin, among others. We were [...]