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Posted By Amanda On November 19, 2013 @ 6:18 AM In Cool Sites | Comments Disabled
This site offers recommendations from some of the world’s greatest chefs on where to eat for 23 different locations – they are Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver/Boulder, Hawaii, Houston, Las Vegas, London, Los Angelos, Miami, Montreal, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, and Washington DC.
Which got me thinking that this site really provides an excellent way to pick somewhere to eat when you’re traveling! The closest city for me on the list is Chicago and as such is set to my default, so I could use the search engine next to the City selection to find a restaurant if I were visiting.
When you arrive to the site it will ask you to share your location, you don’t have to and can still use the site without providing that information, you just won’t get the trending dishes, or chefs for the location closest to you. Instead, you’ll get the trending dishes and chefs for Chefs Feed overall which to me seems like a better idea.
Another way you can navigate the site to find an awesome meal is to use the Chefs or Dishes buttons at the top of the page.
Choosing Dishes allows you to filter the results by Cuisine, Neighborhood, Price and Other.
Selecting Chef allows you to browse the chefs in the city you’re checking out (in my case Chicago). It lists where they’re working now, what’s coming soon, and even in some instances where they formerly worked. Clicking a chef will let you check out their profile and what have they recommended in the city you’re browsing.
I think this is a really cool way to think about where to eat when you’re traveling (if you don’t live in one of these food meccas). Check it out today!
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