More – Text Messaging For Restaurants

  • February 3, 2011

EatText.comAsk any restaurateur what he thinks about pagers, and he will invariably go on a tirade about how expensive the things are, how easily they stop working, how often some bored teenagers walk away with them… by the end of it, you will be begging him to stop. And you will definitely feel inclined to tell him to read this review – it will mark the end to all his worries.

Eat Text is a messaging platform for restaurants and eateries. Using it, customers can be informed directly on their mobiles when their tables are ready. No more will they have to carry a pager around, and refrain from going too far least the pager stops being operative. As far as they have their mobiles with them, the restaurateur will be able to notify them when their tables are ready using Eat Text.

And Eat Text is also a great marketing tool, as it lets restaurateurs carry marketing campaigns with the data that they have collected from their customers (but note that customers can opt out of such campaigns at any time).

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More – Find A New Place To Eat At

  • August 20, 2010

Snoopf.comThinking about eating out, but have no idea exactly where to head to with your friends and/or family? If that happens to be the case, then this is a site that you would like to keep in mind. Named Snoopf, it provides profiles, reviews and coupons for eateries all over the country.

As it stands right now, Snoopf covers over sixty different food types, and the searches that you can carry through the site can take that into account. That is, you can search the site based both on the type of food that you are keen on eating, and based on the actual State that you are located in.

“Mediterranean”, “African”, “Spanish”, “Italian”, “Barbecue”, “Cook At Home”… these are just some of the categories that you can choose to refine your searches.

Finally, bear in mind that the site highlights these restaurants that have been added to the database recently on its main page. If you feel like making some random discoveries (and if you have the time), checking these out might be a good thing to do.

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More – Establishing An Open Standard For Menus

  • July 13, 2010

OpenMenu.comWhat do you think about a site that provides you with a single format for restaurant menus? If you like the idea, Open Menu could be of your interest. You should visit this site soon whenever you want to get complete menus, including data about the chicken nutritional values and more. This site allows you to find menus with pasta sauces and many other kinds of food.

Many users stop by this site to search for information about the menu design, including data about chicken nutritional values and more. Feel free to stop by in case you want to find quality menus, including data about pasta sauces and noodle soups with just a click.

Then, whenever you need information about the format for restaurant menus, including details about chicken nutritional values, you should think on as a good alternative. Take a look at, in case you want to organize pasta sauces and other food on any restaurant menu.

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More – Building Mobile Sites For Restaurants

  • July 6, 2010

ChompStack.comThis company provides mobile websites that are solely aimed at restaurateurs. That is, these individuals can have a mobile site built for their venues in a concise and dynamic way – since the site is a specialized one, there are no distractions and nothing that would seem unfamiliar.

It will be a mere matter of picking a layout out and then building up the menu for customers to learn everything about these things that you have to offer, including of course your specialties. It goes without saying that you can also add events once they have been confirmed in order to keep customers in the loop, and to try and guarantee a better attendance.

These mobiles sites are compatible with all the devices that are widespread nowadays – iPhones, Android phones, Blackberries… the chances of a customer having a phone that can not access your mobile site are very remote.

As far as pricing is concerned, there are three different plans available: “Basic”, “Premium” and “Pro”. They all come with unlimited promotions and menu items, and the one and only differences reside in the availability of extra locations.

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More – Find Where To Eat In Your City

  • April 27, 2010

Geolunch.comGeolunch is a new system whereby you can tap into the Social Web and discover what people are saying about any place to eat within your city. The idea is to let you know more about the services rendered in any place you are weighing up visiting.

There is nothing more embarrassing than taking a date to a place which is a shambles. The same goes for taking your colleagues to a place that is up to no good. That is why this service has been devised.

You can specify the type of food you are interested in tracking on the main page (IE, Chinese food, Italian food…), and upon adding the relevant location you will be presented with a detailed list of real-time conversations that are connected with your query.

Alternatively, you can click on any of the thumbnails that are provided on the main page and learn about popular venues right on the spot. One way or the other, the site is certain to let you rest assured that your special lunch or night out will not be hard to stomach.

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More – Finding New Eateries

  • March 9, 2010

WhereAreYouEating.comFor some reason or the other, there are plenty of local restaurants and venues that we have never been to. In most cases, it is a matter of not feeling adventuresome enough, and giving in to routine.

But the fact remains that nobody wants to eat the same stuff over and over again, and everybody eventually longs for a change of scene. If you feel that time has come for you, then checking this website out will give you more than enough ideas in order to effectively change your ways.

As its name denotes, Where Are You Eating is about discovering new local places to eat and hang out. The site will let you discover and explore these eateries that are proving to be the most popular around your hometown. The whole of the United States is covered, actually, so that you will be able to check on the place you live, or any State that you are going to visit shortly owing to either personal or professional matters.

Sites like this one make the process of finding new places to stop by a lively endeavor, and a true substitute when it comes to standardized (and boring) search processes. It is the closest to gathering with your friends and exchanging tips and leads about which places to hit next, and the fact that you can also make new friends and connections through the site simply make it even more interesting.

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More – Where Food Is Discussed Online

  • December 3, 2009

CulinaryCulture.comIf you love food, you can’t really go wrong with a site like this one. Named Culinary Culture, it is a spot where food is brought into the limelight – recipes are shared, culinary events are discussed, and top eateries are recommended.

That is, the site is your typical social resource in the sense that it bases its power on these members of the online community that are keen on a specific subject matter. I know from experience that the culinary world is one of the networking fields par excellence. Social sites that revolve around food in one sense or the other always manage to stick out a little from the pack, although there are so many of them on offer that making it to the big time is hard.

As far as Culinary Culture is concerned, the site has a catchy domain and enough options to get going although there are no features that could clearly set it apart from the rest. The layout and presentation are good, though, so it will be a matter of personal tastes to pick it up or not.

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More – Find the Newest Eateries In Your Area

  • October 6, 2008

NewEatz.comThe site was designed to help new food establishment owners and Food lovers around the world. New restaurants have less than a 50% chance of making it in the first 1-2 years of business.

The main problem for this is the lack of exposure and the high cost of advertising. is a website where new eatery owners can launch their establishment and advertise for free. This site is only for eateries opened less than 5 years. This helps to keep down competition while allowing these new restaurants a medium to shine. Older, more established eateries will not be allowed to advertise on The other purpose of this website is to provide a database of new, local eateries where people can search for the newest eateries in their area. Food lovers will be able to search for restaurants by cuisine type and location. They will be able to view menus online and see pictures and videos of the restaurant, its food, and people.

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More – Cheap and Cheerful Shopping

  • September 3, 2007

Universalshopping.comLooking for easy cheap shopping without leaving your home? is a web site where you can buy brand-name stuff for a very low price. It’s an easy, stress – free way of buying everything in the same place. For example you can buy from a backgammon game to all kinds of furniture. It features three different brands: B Street Home and Garden, Tailgate Town and All Star Toys. Therefore, you have a wide variety of different kind of stuff to choose all in the same site. Furthermore, it offers a 30 day 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of its products, and if you are not satisfied with the product you can return it and receive a full refund. It is a fool-proof system, you just have to click the product you like, add it to your cart and then head straight to the check out. You can easily shop with your Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

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