Download these 10 food & drink apps for iOS and Android and discover new restaurants.
Zagat, now owned by Google, is the app for the popular restaurant guide that will help you discover restaurants around the world. Simply select a location and you can browse restaurants, bars, shops, and hotels. Zagat offers restaurant reviews, directions to restaurants via Google Maps, and you can make reservations through OpenTable. Zagat for iOS & Android supports cities including Austin, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., London and more.
2. Ness | iPhone
Ness provides personalized restaurant recommendations based on what you like. You can swipe through recommendation cards to discover restaurants nearby. Swipe down to save to your favorites or save as new places to try. Swipe up to find directions, email restaurant details to friends, and you can even call the restaurant to make reservations. The app also features restaurant reviews, beautiful Instagram photos, and you can see where your friends have been.
Yelp is the best way to search for restaurants and finding reviews on local businesses. Use the search bar to find local restaurants, places to shop, nightlife, beauty & spas, home services, health & medical, and local services. By creating a profile, you can write reviews, which will become helpful to other Yelp users.
The Evernote Food app will give you easy access to thousands of recipes and will help you discover new restaurants. The app lets you build your own cookbook, where you can save your favorite recipes. Capture your favorite home-cooked meals and share them with family and friends. You can also find out about new restaurants and book reservations using OpenTable.
Foursquare makes it fun to check into local businesses and restaurants. Find out about exclusive deals and earn badges as you check in. Click on Browse nearby to find food, nightlife, coffee, shopping, sights, outdoors, and arts. When you go out, you can tag your friends and share your location on Facebook and Twitter.
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