Reading restaurants reviews is the best way to find the best place to dine. OpenTable, a leading provider of online restaurant reservations, has finally revealed their top 100 best restaurants in America. Great reviews comes with great food and services, right? And when it comes to food, we all look for perfection.
So I compiled my top 5 Best Restaurants that I haven’t been to yet, but are definitely on my bucket list in 2016. This list can be your guide to a weekend trip of fun, relaxation, unwinding and, of course, eating!
Here are the top 5 best restaurants to visit this year:
Of course, I’ll start off with the restaurant in San Diego. And this is the only restaurant in San Diego that made it on the top 100. How can I not try this one?
Addison Restaurant is San Diego’s most acclaimed fine dining restaurant. A combination of local ingredients with contemporary French influence is what this restaurant is all about. The menu reflects Chef Bradley’s refined style, simple with intense flavor.
Some of the popular dishes are Amuse-Bouche-Gazpacho, Farm Coddled Egg, and Potato Crusted Veal.
OpenTable’s #1 best restaurant is located in the heart of Sonoma Valley.
For more than four decades, St. Francis Winery & Vineyards has consistently produced luscious, elegant, and fruit-driven wines from Sonoma County grapes. You can enjoy a seated, multi-course wine and food pairing by Executive Chef Bryan Jones while enjoying a stunning vineyard views and a fine dining presentation at a shared table. They offer three scheduled seating at 11 am, 1 pm, and 3 pm.
Some of the popular dishes are Charcuterie, wine flight, and seared Sonoma county duck breast.
A fine dining Japanese restaurant located in Los Angeles, CA. One of Opentable’s top 10 restaurant in America.
n/naka offers seasonal tasting menu rooted in the Japanese Kaiseki style of dining. They use vegetables from their own organic garden. With a combination of traditional and modern techniques, their interpretation of kaiseki will give you a satisfying dining experience.
This fine dining steakhouse where you are always invited to be wined, dined, and dazzled is located in Minneapolis, MN. The dry aged and hand-cut steaks by restaurant’s own butchers and the freshest seafoods and desserts that are prepared on-site every day are accompanied by an acclaimed wine list.
Some of the popular dishes are 14 Oz Bone-In Kona Crusted Dry Aged Sirloin with Shallot butter, Pan Fried Calamari, and Maine Lobster Roll.
An Italian fine-dining restaurant in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood. They provide classic contemporary Italian tastes in an elegant dining atmosphere. Acquerello, operating for 26 years, has received countless awards, including two Michelin stars in 2014 and one Michelin star since the first-ever 2007 Bay Area guide. Their Wine list is the recipient of the Wine Spectator Grand Award in 2012-2015.
Some of the popular dishes are Semifreddo, Beef Tartare, and Scallop Crudo.
There is no better way to celebrate your career wins of 2015 than by going out and treating yourself to a good meal.
What are your favorite restaurants?
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