Sep 18, 2017 - No Comments!

“I Don’t Know, What Do You Want to Eat?”

Here is a scenario that often becomes reality for my boyfriend and me: We wake up early on a Sunday morning with the intention of enjoying our favorite weekend activity, brunch! We get ready for about an hour, only to realize we have yet to pick where we’re going. We then spend another hour attempting to compromise on a place, and by the time we leave we feel defeated and simply #hangry. Learn from my mistakes, and check out my top three sites and apps below to help you pick somewhere to chow down!

Yelp - Yelp is hands-down one of the classic go-to’s when it comes to finding any type of business or service in your area. I praise the people who take the time to write those helpful reviews, positive or negative! I find myself using the map feature on the mobile app the most, as it makes it a breeze finding a place to eat with favorable reviews.

Thrillist - With the endless amounts of places to eat in a big city such as San Francisco, narrowing down your choices to just one option can be a challenge. Thrillist is a website that helps you by pointing out the most underrated places to eat! They have sites for big cities such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and more. Almost all of their lists are categorized by cuisine, so discovering your next favorite Thai or BBQ spot will be that much easier.

Eater - Similar to Thrillist, Eater is a site where you can find city specific food recommendations, however Eater has a wide arrange of choices from the best happy hours to the best Michelin star restaurants. One of my favorite features of Eater is their Neighborhoods tab, in which they list the most popular spots in each section of the city. Eating like a local has never been easier.

Thanks for the pic, Stockpic!

Published by: Cutline Crew in Apps, Random Musings, Tips+Tricks

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