Eating out isn’t easy for people trying to watch their diet. Calorie counts are spotty and if you’re on a restricted diet, it’s hard to find the right foods. The HealthyOut app makes it a little easier.
Vicarious liability is a legal principle under which an employer is held liable for the actions of its employees.
Greenstack is a discovery engine that helps you find local dining discounts.
Whether it’s a night out with the family or an intimate dinner for two dining out these days doesn’t always have to take a big bite out of your budget.
The best place to find new good places to eat and have fun is your friends. That’s where the Raved app comes in.
There are plenty of apps that let you review restaurants, but if you’re more interested in particular dishes, FoodSpotting might be the one for you.
Seamless.com is a food delivery app that lets you not only place orders in most major metro areas, but offers detailed pictures of the dishes and filters restaurants by ratings, price and type of cuisine.
Happy Hours shows all of the food and drink specials near you – along with when you can get them.
The worst part about going out for a meal is standing around waiting for your table. NoshList can make that a little more bearable.
The Square Card Case app will open a tab for you when you walk into a participating restaurant or other place of business.
“I’m Brian Sirhal of La Calaca Feliz in Fairmount and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Philadelphia’s “Restaurant Week” — actually two weeks — takes place this year January 22nd through 27th and January 29th through February 3rd.
“We’re George and Vasiliki Tsiouris from Opa Restaurant, and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Zagat, the most trusted name in user generated restaurant reviews has an app.
Councilman Jim Kenney won’t divulge the names of the restaurants, but he says he’s heard of several that deduct the three percent processing fee charged by credit card companies directly out of the money specified by customers for a tip.