Tenney Flynn


EpiPens on Every Menu; Bartender vs. Mixologist; Restaurant Traffic Is Up; + More

Dining news from around the world and the web… * Don’t mix up a bartender with a mixologist. One professional reveals why he prefers to be known as the former not the latter. [MarinIJ.com] * An EpiPen in every restaurant. One city is taking measures to make dining out safe for food allergy sufferers. [The Spec] * [...]

Happy Fat Tuesday from New Orleans Chef Tenney Flynn of GW Fins!

Chef Tenney Flynn isn’t a New Orleans native, but after more than 20 years in the Big Easy, he’s not necessarily a tourist either. When he’s not serving up the city’s finest seafood dishes at GW Fins during Mardi Gras, Chef Flynn is watching the action from his French Quarter balcony. What’s been happening at [...]

On Our Plate: Chicago Restaurant Week; Additional Winter Restaurant Week Reservations Open; Buy Tickets for St. Jude Gourmet Gala in DC on February 21

Happenings on and around OpenTable this week… * Be a part of the largest St. Jude event in Washington, D.C., the 14th annual St. Jude Gourmet Gala: Mardi Gras for the Kids! on Tuesday, February 21, 2012, at the National Building Museum. Your tickets support children suffering from catastrophic and life–threatening diseases, and you will also [...]

Charging for Tap Water; Reviewing New Restaurants Too Soon; Best Time for a Dinner Reservation; Female Sushi Chefs; Dining Out Cheaper Than Eating In

Dining and restaurant news… * Is his reasoning all wet? Writer Jeff Prince thinks restaurants should charge for water. [Fort Worth Weekly] * From the ‘Judge Dread’ files: A blogger asks his cohorts to stop rushing to judge a restaurant as soon as it has opened its doors. [Passionate Foodie] * Good times. What’s the [...]