San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) October 8, 2007
OpenTable, Inc. (http://www.opentable.com), the leading provider of free, online reservations for diners and guest management systems for restaurants, today congratulates all of the restaurants that received the coveted Michelin stars in the newly-released Michelin Guide New York 2008. More than 75% of the New York-based Michelin star-rated restaurants are part of the OpenTable® online reservations network. Online reservations are available at http://www.michelinguide.com or http://www.opentable.com.
"In a city that boasts so many world-class restaurants, the Michelin star signifies the best of the best," said Jeff Jordan, OpenTable CEO. "We applaud those recognized today for their culinary excellence and are proud that most of them have selected OpenTable as their partner for real-time online reservations."
OpenTable salutes all 2008 New York-based Michelin star recipients, especially the following OpenTable restaurants listed on http://www.opentable.com:
Three Stars (***)
Two Stars (**)
One Star (*)
Fleur de Sel
Gotham Bar & Grill
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon
About OpenTable, Inc.
OpenTable is the leading provider of free, real-time online reservations for restaurant diners, concierges and administrative professionals as well as the premier supplier of reservation, table management and marketing software for restaurants. More than 45 million diners have been seated through reservations at opentable.com, and more than 7,500 fine-dining restaurants have replaced their pen-and-paper reservation books with the OpenTable System. The OpenTable service is available in 47 US states and seven other countries including Canada, Japan, Mexico and the UK.
About Michelin Guides
For more than a century, Michelin Guides have helped travelers enjoy better mobility by offering qualified restaurant and hotel recommendations throughout Europe. Now representing 17 countries and two continents, the collection of 22 Michelin Guides includes more than 45,000 addresses. Its team of highly trained inspectors visits establishments anonymously, applying Michelin's international standards for quality across many categories.
In North America, the company has introduced Michelin Guides for New York City and San Francisco, Bay Area & Wine Country, with plans to publish 2008 guides to Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Michelin has also announced that it will introduce the Michelin Guide to Tokyo, Japan. For more information, visit http://www.michelinguide.com.