There may not yet be a way for restaurants to leverage OpenTable’s new Facebook application “Places I’ve Eaten,” but you can bet operators will be keeping an eye on how consumers are using the app. The app is OpenTable’s latest foray into becoming more social. In January, it paid $10 million for San Francisco startup Foodspotting, a social media app for finding and sharing restaurant dishes, primarily through customer-generated photographs. “Since ...

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