It’s Friday night, you’ve had a long week, and the dishes still haven’t washed themselves. It’s beautiful out, too nice to waste with a night in, so what’s there to do? OpenTable is there to help. Enter in a time and your general location and within seconds you have the opportunity to reserve a table from a long list of restaurants around you for yourself, a small group, or maybe the whole family. They reserved a table for me to photograph their new office in Hollywood and now I need to give them a 5 star review!
OpenTable teamed up with Kamus + Keller and created a rockin’ workplace. With wrap around views of Los Angeles, the windows let in an incredible amount of natural light. The office space has been designed for efficiency and emphasizes the benefits of an open office that encourages collaborations between team members.
The OpenTable app works like a dream. It can be downloaded onto almost any smart device and has a variety of options based on your appetite, location, and overall aesthetics. It has so much more than just breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Being able to select the type of food, specifics like outdoor seating or something a little more romantic, we are sure you will find the right place. Maybe nothing interests you in your area, it has a menu that easily shows the restaurants in surrounding neighborhoods with the click of a button.
You can’t be in the restaurant business without owning a restaurant, right? It looks like OpenTable put one in their break room! Okay, so you might not get served here, but their bar and dining area are just too perfect. This open area seats plenty with a large glass wall that keeps them connected to the office. The booth looks as if it were taken straight out of a 1950’s diner. For some reason I am thinking about pancakes all of a sudden!
From a quick place to eat to treating your favorite client, OpenTable is a great resource to have at hand. The fact that their office has been designed to be open and efficient shows that their app isn’t the only place they are innovative. And after all of this, I am famished! Let’s go eat!