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Holiday Party Planning Made Easy With OpenTable

With the holiday season right around the corner, not only will we be in need of a festive outfit, but often people are in search of the ideal venue for a holiday party.

Once a laboring activity that required multiple hours of research can now be much more efficient with this new ‘Private Dining’ option through OpenTable. This LUX search feature allows you to explore at depth any location that fits our must-have list! Some of these might include: room size, ambiance, cuisine choices, pricing and availability. This new feature allows you to narrow your options to a shortlist without even leaving your house! Now that’s what we call a LUX-tastic service!

Maya Kalman, of Swank Productions, an event planning and design firm in Manhattan, says, “We’re always on the lookout for resources for finding private rooms. Having this kind of tool is great. It saves a lot of time on our end as well as that of the restaurant.” She states, “The ability to find available rooms on a specific day is invaluable, particularly around the holidays when there is a limited number of days to host events.

For those of you currently using OpenTable’s service for reservations, you can just add this great tool to your list of excellent search options for any party-planning affair. For those of you new to the OpenTable online destination, it’s an online service that helps you search out restaurants in your area and even book your reservation!

Currently, this feature is available in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Atlanta, Denver, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Seattle. Washington, D.C. and Vancouver.

To check out how it works, visit the ‘Private Dining’ icon, just below the search widget and let us know what you think!

LUXies, how does this new search feature rank on your LUX-o-meter??

Tagged in: restaurants, parties, holiday planning, banquets, room selection, opentable.com, private dining section,

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