Four Boston-Area Dining Spots Make OpenTable's 2010 List of Restaurants Most Fit for Foodies
A popular online reservations website has just released its 2010 Diners' Choice awards for 50 restaurants in the United States that are most "Fit for Foodies," and four Boston-area eateries are on the list.
According to MarketWatch, Bergamot in Somerville, Craigie on Main in Cambridge, Menton in Boston's Fort Point District, and O Ya in Boston's Leather District made the list of places with outstanding cuisine, which was the result of more than seven million reviews for more than 12,000 restaurants throughout the entire country. The only other dining spot in New England that made OpenTable's Fit for Foodies list is Primo in Rockland, ME.
For a complete list of the restaurants picked by OpenTable's diners, please go to the following MarketWatch link:
OpenTable Announces 2010 Diners' Choice Awards for Restaurants That Are Most Fit for Foodies