TOP TEN LOCAL RESTAURANTS AS SURVEYED BY “OPEN TABLE”

Most of you know “Open Table” as the online restaurant reservation website. I have only used them twice and have accumulated “200 points”. I’m not even totally sure what you do with those points but that’s not really the focus of this post. I discovered yesterday that Open Table did a survey in the Philly/South Jersey area to compile their list of TOP TEN RESTAURANTS in our local dining universe. According to what’s posted on their website, this survey had over 200,000 responses so that should give it a certain amount of validity.

Anyway, I love lists so here are the results of the Open Table survey of TOP TEN area restaurants.

Best Overall Restaurants – Philadelphia

10 Diners’ Choice Winners

Restaurant Name Price
Center City | Continental
$$$$
South Philly | French
$$
Center City | Italian
$$$$
Center City | French
$$$$
Northeast Philly | Italian
$$$
Center City | Japanese
$$$$
Rittenhouse Square | Steakhouse
$$$$
Center City | American
$$$$
Center City | Brazilian Steakhouse
$$$
Center City | Greek
$$$$
As voted by more than 247,300 diners. Learn More

and here are their choices for South Jersey:

Best Overall Restaurants – New Jersey – South

10 Diners’ Choice Winners

Restaurant Name Price
Haddonfield | Creole / Cajun / Southern
$$$
Franklinville | Seafood
$$$
Haddonfield | Italian
$$$
Cape May | American
$$$
Galloway Township | American
$$$
Cape May | Contemporary American
$$
Cherry Hill | French
$$
Gibbsboro | American
$$$$
Voorhees | Italian
$$$
Haddonfield | Italian
$$
As voted by more than 247,300 diners. Learn More>

Most of their choices are NOT BYOB’s but it’s still fun to see what folks consider the best. How many of these top choices have you dined at? Better jump on Open Table and make reservations for them soon.

About these ads

One Response to “TOP TEN LOCAL RESTAURANTS AS SURVEYED BY “OPEN TABLE””

  1. Looking good! Keep up the handy posts :).TOP TEN RESTAURANTS in our local dining universe. This survey had over 200,000 responses so that should give it a certain amount of validity.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 41 other followers

%d bloggers like this: