You’re invited to our first ever Innovation Summit, hosted in Los Angeles, a town whose restaurant scene is like no other.
Come together with partners and peers to learn from one another and connect over shared challenges and opportunities. Join Danny Meyer, Chef Suzanne Goin, Chef Michael Cimarusti, and OpenTable CEO Christa Quarles as we discuss the future of our industry.
Restaurant Critic, LA Magazine
What's in Store?
Registration + Coffee
Welcome from Christa Quarles
In Conversation: Christa Quarles & Danny Meyer
Danny Meyer, founder of Union Square Hospitality Group and author of Setting the Table, will join OpenTable CEO Christa Quarles for a conversation about the evolution of the hospitality business, best practices for fostering a culture of innovation and connections, and hospitality in the digital age.
From Terminal to Tablet
OpenTable VP of Restaurant Product Prasad Gune will share an insider peek into the game-changing features available today or coming soon to GuestCenter.
L.A. Diners Decoded
With over 18 years of connecting diners and restaurants, OpenTable has learned a thing or two about diner behavior. OpenTable Senior VP of Marketing, Scott Jampol shares our latest learnings on what drives their dining discovery and decisions.
Mining Metrics of the L.A. Market
OpenTable’s Data Analytics Manager Charlie Roberts and L.A. Senior Account Manager Shane Call will drill down into metrics specific to Los Angeles so you can see how you—and your industry set—perform and reveal untapped potential.
Making Moves: How GuestCenter Changed the Game
Hear directly from some of California’s market leaders on why they made the move to GuestCenter, including Here’s Looking at You, Bellwether, and Alta CA. Panel moderated by Senior VP of Restaurant Product Prasad Gune.
Catch a Break
LA's Bright Lights
LA Magazine Restaurant Critic Patric Kuh moderates a panel featuring industry all-star Chefs Suzanne Goin, Michael Cimarusti, and Michael Voltaggio as they discuss the learnings that inform their path ahead, and how they see the broader L.A. restaurant landscape evolving.