The list, based on 10 million reviews, includes 12 restaurants in California, but only Addison in San Diego. It was the second year in a row that Addison alone made the list locally.
Chef William Bradley is noted for an artisanal approach to cooking, combining local ingredients with contemporary French influences. The award-winning restaurant recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
New York beat California with 13 restaurants on the list, and Virginia came in third with seven. In California, San Francisco led with four restaurants on the list, followed by the Napa and Sonoma wine country with three. Los Angeles and Orange County each had one.
“The common thread running through this list of winning restaurants is excellence in hospitality,” said Caroline Potter, OpenTable‘s chief dining officer. “Whether creating one-of-a-kind fine-dining experiences or serving up incredible fare in a more casual setting, this year’s honorees are consistently earning rave reviews from diners.”
Addison Makes OpenTable List of America’s Top 100 Restaurants was last modified: December 6th, 2016 by Chris Jennewein
>> Subscribe to Times of San Diego’s free daily email newsletter! Click here