OpenTable is an online restaurant-reservation service company founded by Chuck Templeton on 2 July 1998 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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  • When it comes to pasta, black is the new black. Chefs are crafting noir noodles that are picture-worthy and totally toothsome. Here are 9 black pastas to add a dramatic air to your dinner.   Birch & Barley, Washington, D.C. Squid ink darkens a tangle of spaghettini. The dusky threads are tossed with Applewood- smoked uni, clams, leeks, and chilies. Savory, spicy, smoky, and briny. Make a reservati...

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  • Think the Nola is all about beignets and hurricane cocktails? Think again. Southern hospitality extends to an air of refinement when it comes to the jackets-encouraged dining scene, and there’s no shortage of fine French fare in the Big Easy, especially in and around the aptly named French Quarter. Check out these top French restaurants in New Orleans for an elegant experience that’s full of flavo...

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  • We’re entering a new iron age. That’s because chefs are turning to classic cast iron skillets as a way to prepare and present their fare. Here are nine dishes served in cast iron cookware featuring flair metal that’s as fetching as it is functional. Roasted Octopus at Urbana, Washington, D.C. We’re a sucker for this dish. Oh-so-tender tentacles star in the sizzling sensation. The meaty curls sit a...

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  • For a long time, Brussels sprouts got a bad rap. They were usually steamed and served without seasoning, rendering them mushy and bland. Thankfully, chefs have learned how to prepare the leafy green veg so they’re tasty and toothsome. Here are seven new Brussels sprouts dishes for the fall. Zentan, Washington, D.C. The name “Peas & Sprouts” is a little misleading, but you’ll be more than happy wit...

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  • While we can’t recall a time when gin was out of fashion, it’s getting a new wave of love from bar managers and mixologists. Heck, even the Queen of England reportedly loves a daily gin cocktail or two (among others). An erstwhile ingredient in herbal medicines, gin has a longstanding connection to British culture, so it’s not surprising that it’s one of her favorites. And, while you may never be ...

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  • In honour of National Pasta Month, we’re excited to reveal the 100 Best Italian Restaurants in Canada 2017. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than 515,000 restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for more than 2,000 restaurants in Canada. From trattorias serving classic Italian comfort food to enotecas with outstanding wine offerings, this list highlights the dive...

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  • Whether it’s a leaf-peeping drive, an excuse to go apple-picking, or a romantic weekend away, there are plenty of reasons to visit New England’s coziest inns — but most of them have to do with food. Farm-to-table dining and regionally sourced produce, along with hearty and sometimes historic recipes, are all as comforting as beautiful settings. Here are top New England restaurants for autumn and a...

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  • Snapchat has introduced Context Cards, an exciting new way to learn more and take actions on many of the Snaps you see in the app, including Snaps taken at restaurants with the help of OpenTable! By simply swiping up on yummy looking Snaps that say “more,” diners can discover and book a restaurant reservation at any one of the tens of thousands of restaurants on OpenTable in the United States and ...

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  • Sporting deeply sweet elements and rich earthy tones, beets always bring intense flavors to the table. The tasty taproots work well as an accent element, but they truly shine when used as the centerpiece ingredient. Here are seven delicious beet dishes starring the rustic root vegetable. Roasted Heirloom Beet Stack at Rx Boiler Room, Las Vegas, Nevada Tower of power. A foundation of goat cheese su...

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  • Even if you don’t feel a chill in the air or see the leaves changing color, you can always tell autumn has arrived because PSL madness returns. Hoping to capitalize on this coffee craze, bartenders are creating cocktails paying homage to Starbucks’ pumpkin-pie-in-latte-form. Here are six boozy takes on the fall favorite. Pumpkin Pie Martini at Fog Harbor Fish House, San Francisco, California This ...

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  • It’s a new month — and a new round of ways to enjoy dining at a discount in cities around the nation. * Sip & Savor Jax Restaurant Week is on in Jacksonville with $15, $25, $35 + $45 lunches and dinners through October 8. Make a reservation. * Wine Dine Key West has resumed with three-course $20 lunches and $35 dinners through October 15. Make a reservation. * Charlotte Wine & Tapas is offering tw...

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  • At OpenTable, we strive to make finding and booking the perfect table as easy as possible. So, we’re very pleased to announce new features optimized for iOS 11, giving diners across the globe new ways to discover and share restaurants using the latest OpenTable apps for iPhone and iPad. The new Invite Guests feature lets OpenTable’s iPhone and iPad app users send dining invitations and share resta...

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  • As more cities and states have passed regulations making it legal for guests who love dining with dogs to do so, and in honor of National Dog Week and the start of Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet Month in October, we’re highlighting some of the most dog-friendly restaurants around the nation. If you dine out with your dog, let us know your top spots for eating out with Spot. And, don’t forget to share your fa...

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  • We’re celebrating National Dog Week by dining with dogs — and so should you! To kick things off, we’ve partnered with the folks at Bark to host a dog-friendly brunch at Del Frisco’s Grille in Manhattan. Beloved Instagram dogs were in attendance to try out the latest toys from BarkShop’s Lights! Camera! Bark! collection (think avo toast, froyo, and rosé), while their owners were able to sample exec...

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  • For taco fans around the world, now is the most wonderful time of the year. This year, Taco Bell is taking National Taco Day on October 4th and making it a season-long celebration of the holiday it truly is. Complete with its very own animated holiday special, an exclusive feast at the Taco Bell Test Kitchen, and a National Taco Day Gift Set that anyone can give or receive, the season of tacos beg...

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  • With wine harvest season upon us, we’re pleased to raise a glass to the 50 Best Restaurants for Wine Lovers in Canada 2017. These awards recognize restaurants with notable wine lists and reflect the combined opinions of more than 515,000 restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for more than 2,000 restaurants in Canada. Featuring restaurants offering exclusive vintages from world-...

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  • Perched on the coastline of the western reaches of British Columbia, the vibrant metropolis is uniquely positioned to access the finest ingredients from the surrounding waters, wilds, and farmlands. Chefs gleefully transform this bounty at a culture-spanning array of restaurants that cater to varying tastes and price points. These are the hottest restaurants in Vancouver right now, so make a reser...

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  • Due to use of specialty ingredients or extended prep time, you can’t just sit down and order up these dishes. However, a little advance planning will yield a big payoff. Call ahead to reserve these spectacular specialties – you won’t be disappointed. Poularde en Vessie at Daniel, New York, New York Daniel Boulud makes this dish as a tribute to Paul Bocuse and his restaurant L’Auberge au Pont de Co...

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  • National Guacamole Day is September 16th, and it also happens to be Mexican Independence Day, so you’ve got two solid reasons to celebrate. These seven dishes aren’t your typical avocado and lime guacamole dips but, rather, creative, forward-thinking spins on the much-loved guacamole that even the Aztecs would approve of. Keep calm and guac on! Guacamole al Chipotle at El Alma Café y Cantina, Aust...

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  • In our age of Instagram, a cocktail is rated by its appearance as much as by its taste. That’s pressuring bartenders to be more and more creative with the visual elements of their creations. A billow of brume from a cube of dry ice never fails to add flair. Here are six eye-catching cocktails with dry ice perfect for your #ThirstyThursday. Nazca Winter at Chica, Las Vegas, Nevada You’ve never had ...

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  • Don’t get us wrong; we adore hummus and falafel as much as The Zohan, but there’s more to one of our favorite legumes than just those delicious standards. Check out these top chickpea dishes we love – we think you’ll feel the same. Moroccan Chickpea Stew at Cafe Ba-Ba-Reeba, Chicago, Illinois Roasted in the oven with pimenton, cumin, coriander, curry, and Moroccan spices, chickpeas meet spinach, c...

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  • On this #TravelTuesday, we think you should give Berlin a try – next to its array of history and culture and insane nightlife, the culinary scene has absolutely taken off. Here’s our insider’s guide to five of the hottest restaurants and bars in Germany’s capital so you can dine like a local in Berlin on your visit. Chutnify Chutnify offers South Indian street food curated for eclectic tastes and ...

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  • Sometimes a restaurant is just as much a feast for the eyes as the stomach — especially when it comes to spaces with a history of something other than a kitchen. From a former police headquarters to an erstwhile church with soaring ceilings, here are top restaurants in converted spaces. Moshulu, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The only restaurant on a Tall Ship in the world, Moshulu (pronounced Mo-shu’...

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