We went there with our $50 Opentable Gift card that I had redeemed earlier that day for this particular restaurant.
From Yelp it seemed like a good place to pick to spend $50 so we went there quite excited and looking forward to it.
We ordered, got ready to eat and then told the waiter we also had the $50 gift card. Keep in mind this is a CASH equivalent that obviously they've struck a deal with Opentable to extend to patrons.
Well after about 10 minutes of a flurry of activity, the waiter comes back and says we don't honor these anymore. I said, this isn't a Groupon deal this is a gift card (and even it was a Groupon deal, you can't just stop honoring them that's ridiculous).
So he went back again. Eventually I don't know if it was the head of the restaurant or the manager, etc...whatever. They came back and said they can't get through to Opentable so they can't honor it. Funny, I was on the phone with Opentable all that time (after I realized these people aren't going to follow through with honoring our gift card) to let OT know they are trying to screw us.
Needless to say, we didn't dine there. The service was appalling and disgraceful. If they are not going to honor gift cards and such they should not be signed up on OT's system. OT was nice enough to refund our gift card to be used for another restaurant. But it also puts into question the quality of communication OT has with restaurants and how well they understand what gift cards are.