Get Visual Food Recommendations with Foodspotting

February 4, 2011 | By | Comments (0)

This weekend, as you’re deciding where to go out to eat, try using the Foodspotting app or website.

 

Foodspotting

 

 

Foodspotting is crowd-sourced app that shows you photos and reviews of specific dishes near you based on the GPS in your phone or by the zip code you enter on the website. If you’re looking for the best burger for a Friday night dinner or Eggs Benedict for Sunday brunch you can browse photos until you find the one you want to try.

Visit Foodspotting or download their iPhone app or their Android app to learn more and try it out.

*A special note to our NYC readers:

Foodspotting will be hosting a panel and flash mob this coming Monday, February 7th at 10 am at the Whole Foods Store on Bowery as part of Social Media Week. You’ll hear from Marcus Samuelsson, Ben Leventhal the founder of Eater.com, and Amanda Hesser founder of Food52.com; all moderated by Soraya Darabi from Foodspotting. And of course, they’ll be giving stuff away. (As if you needed more of a reason to attend.) Full details available here.

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