OpenTable Ranks America’s Foodiest Restaurants

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OpenTable, the folks who saved us from the rigorous and exhausting ordeal of picking up the phone to make restaurant reservations, has released its 2010 Diners’ Choice Awards for restaurants that are Most Fit for Foodies. After polling users and slogging through more than 7 million reviews, OpenTable has assembled what its users consider as the country’s top restaurants for foodies. Atlanta, GA’s Abattoir, the organic meat-forward restaurant from Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, tops the list, while Napa’s Ad Hoc comes in at a close second. New York’s Annisa ranks at number three, followed by Boston’s Bergamot. Philly’s Bibou, the well-received BYOB from Pierre Calmels, rounds out the top five. Don’t worry Chicago and L.A., Blackbird and Bistro LQ both made the top 10.

2010 Most Fit for Foodies Winners [OpenTable]

Update: Oh, ha, the list is alphabetical. We still have no idea what “foodiest” means.

OpenTable Ranks America’s Foodiest Restaurants