This New App Helps Foodies Find Neighborhood Gems Through Their Favorite Chefs’ Recommendations
Ever wonder where celebrity chefs are really dining? Sure, we know that Anthony Bourdain loves Momofuku and Mario Batali is a fan of Le Bernardin, but we’ve all already heard about how fabulous and haute these restaurants are. What would be even cooler is if we could get our hands on the names and adresses of little no-name eateries and restaurants where prominent chefs call themselves regulars.
Brothers Steve and Jared Rivera had that very same idea after Jared asked Chef Michael Mina for a few recommendations on where to find some good burrito joints in San Francisco’s Mission District. The chef suggested places Rivera had never heard of and that were not listed on Yelp. Later, with help from angel investors, the brothers launched Chefs Feed, an iPhone app that allows you to: choose your location, find your favorite chef among the 500 featured in the database and learn where and what he or she is eating in your city.
Users can also quickly find food based on proximity, neighborhood, cuisine type and more. Chefs Feed also allows users to build a personal network and flavor profile by tracking, planning, and sharing culinary adventures with friends. You can also receive live information from the chefs and people you follow and learn when new chefs and dishes have been added to the guide.
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