For companies like San Francisco-based online restaurant reservation giant OpenTable, Valentine’s Day is a prime time for marketing to consumers about planning a special day.
Shares of the San Francisco-based online reservation company have continued to slip since the company released fourth quarter and year-end earnings on Feb. 5.
Even with daily online restaurant deals from Groupon and Facebook, a recent OpenTable survey shows Bay Area diners are still flocking to restaurant week events.
Each spring, artists and tourists flock to tiny Winters, Calif., near Sacramento, for a week of outdoor painting, communal living and vacation off the beaten path.
In the Bay Area, OpenTable, an online restaurant reservation service, is responsible for 25% of all restaurant reservations. The San Francisco-based company is expanding in the U.K., Germany and Japan.
So much good food, so little time. Peninsula foodies will be heading into San Francisco for the final weekend of the annual “Dine About Town” restaurant event. Find out which restaurants are offering the best deals.
Formerly homeless and addicted to drugs, Eric Clemons joins other homeless men and women in CHEFS, a Bay Area program training them to become culinary professionals.