Last night, OpenTable hosted 100 dinners in 30 cities at some of the world’s top restaurants, all in one night. One of our most coveted tables was the Skybox — private chef’s table — at Daniel, the iconic Upper East Side restaurant helmed by Chef Daniel Boulud.
“Daniel is a magical place,” says Boulud. “To me, it has Old World, old Europe and the new world today in New York. Daniel has a bit of a theatrical feel once you’re in the dining room. First and foremost, Daniel is about dining, experiencing the food and wine.”
Since Chef Boulud is a master at creating memorable dining experiences for guests, we sat down with him to talk all about the Skybox, what makes it special, and his advice for aspiring restaurateurs.