Local Eats Helps iPhone Users Find Chow

Posted by at 2:38 pm on August 19, 2008

Magellan Press has launched Local Eats, a new iPhone application designed to help users choose from the 100 best restaurants in 50 U.S. cities and then provide them with travel directions to their chose dining spot. Diners can also receive detailed descriptions or reviews and can call for information or visit the restaurants web site.

“LocalEats  marries food and culture with technology,”  says Bill King, publisher and founder of Magellan Press.  “LocalEats  is a simple and intuitive guide, not an overwhelming list, that can help you discover true and authentic local restaurants. We’ll take you to real dry rub barbecue in Memphis, show you the best seafood in San Francisco, and lead you to the greatest deep-dish pizza in Chicago. From Los Angeles to New York, LocalEats gives  a thoughtful snapshot of a city’s culinary landscape that is accessible to  casual diners and serious foodies alike.”

“Whether you’re a traveler, a transplant to a new city or a longtime local, we designed LocalEats  for people who love food and want to experience the best local restaurants a city has to offer,”  continued King.

LocalEats  is an extension of www.wherethelocalseat.com and the  Where the Locals Eat print dining guides published by Magellan Press and available across the country. The LocalEats application is available in the iTunes download store for 99 cents.

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