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Eat Where The Pros Eat, Drink Where the Pros Drink, Shop Where The Pros Shop

If you love the thrill of discovery, this is the app for you! From hidden haunts to undiscovered watering holes, fine dining to funky dives, trusted sources pass along their local gems. Want to know where Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert goes for croissants or PDT bartender Jim Meehan goes for cocktails? Find the answers here.


From Cajun Country to Basque Country, New York to New Orleans, Boston to Barcelona, Miami to Montreal, big cities to tiny towns, the insiders’ recs are right at your fingertips. Find a restaurant, bar, coffee shop or market and choose by city, zip, or neighborhood.

Close To Home & Far Away

You’re out and about and need a restaurant asap? Pick Near Me and get recs within a one mile radius. It’s like having the pros on speed dial.

Where The Pros Eat, Drink and Shop

Go off the beaten track with recommendations from trusted pros. All the information you need is listed right on the page - address, hours, and transit. You can make a reservation, call the restaurant, Tweet it, Facebook it, check in on FourSquare, email info to your friends. Let people know what you think about the places by giving your own rating. Give us your feedback by clicking on Tell Us.

The Pros

If you love the restaurant Pok Pok in New York and Portland, take it one step further and see where chef and owner Andy Ricker likes to eat on his days off. Hone in on the recommendations by going straight to your favorite industry pro. Follow the path to see who recommended them.

Create Customized Lists

Click on the star on the top of each destination page and save places in your own customized lists, like “Sushi in New York” or “My Trip To Barcelona.”


Maybe you want Chinese food in the Mission District in San Francisco, a cocktail bar in Uptown New Orleans or a cheese shop in the West Village? Drill down your picks and Filter by What (cuisine), Where (neighborhood), Who (type of pros), cost and user ratings. Use the sliding bar to extend your search up to a ten mile radius.

“The advice, some of it very passionate, doesn’t come from Joe Blow but from the likes of Alex Day, of Proprietors LLC and Death & Co., or Ana Sortun, chef-owner of Oleana near Boston.”

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“If you've ever settled for an average meal after getting lost in a new city (and believing Yelp reviewers), this guide will steer you clear of any less-than-stellar establishments.”

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“Put your plate — and palate — in the hands of highly esteemed foodies from PDT cocktail slinger Jim Meehan to salt aficionado Ben Jacobsen with the expert-driven restaurant search tool.”

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“The good people at Find.Eat.Drink made a free app. Great for... Well finding, eating and drinking....” @CreativeDrunk (Bartender Sother Teague)

“Great new app: a travel guide with recs from chefs, somms, & more! Find.Eat.Drink for iPhone http://bit.ly/XqeFlt  @AnforaNYC (Anfora Wine Bar & Sommelier Joe Campanale)

“Just downloaded the brand-new @FindEatDrink app! FINALLY a way to find recommended spots near me. I always freeze up when asked for recs...” @LiddabitSweets (Candy Makers Liddabit Sweets)

“Like a pro Yelp, @FindEatDrink shares experts' advice on the best places to eat & drink.” @BBC_Travel BBC Travel


What people are saying about the app...


“What secret recommendations are the people who prep your food keeping in their back pockets? Find. Eat. Drink. will divulge them.... Who knows better where to fill your gut than the people making a living off of filling it?”

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“It’s incredibly effective... where I live there’s a fairly reliable list of middle-of-the-road places that appear on every single travel guide because they’re either cheap or tourist friendly, and this app didn’t feature a single one. So, if you’re looking for a place worth eating at, this will fit the bill.”

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