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Travel + Leisure’s Top 70 Travel Websites

“They ask food-world luminaries -- from Fergus Henderson to Kurt Gutenbrunner -- where they eat and what inspires them.... Dorian and Bumstead really know how to get the chefs to dish.”


Advice from the pros wherever you are: the Find. Eat. Drink. app

“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.”


Fathom’s 24 Best Websites

“When in doubt, ask the local experts. For Robin Dorian and Nick Bumstead, that means turning to chefs, mixologists, and artisans for their best addresses around the world.”

IACP 2012 Best Culinary Website Finalist


Tech | Download This: Find. Eat. Drink. App

“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.”


A Travel App Curated By Food Lovers, For Food Lovers

“For travelers merely passing through a region or without foodie friends nearby, a new (free!) app Find. Eat. Drink. might be the ultimate solution.”

An App For People Who Want Actual Restaurants

“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.”


Daily Dish | A Blog To Follow

“A great source of advice on where to eat from chefs and other restaurant professionals around the country.... It’s almost as good as calling up the chef and asking him or her yourself just where to eat in their town.”


10 Free Travel Apps You've Never Heard Of

“Want to eat at the best spots in town while you're on vacation? Don't mess around with online reviews from average Joes. Instead, download the Find. Eat. Drink. app, which sources recommendations from industry insiders.”


Use This App If You Want Famous Chefs To Tell You Where To Eat

“Recommendations from industry experts. It includes suggestions from Fergus Henderson, the English chef who popularized nose-to-tail dining and the Roca brothers, who run El Celler de Can Roca in Spain, which Restaurant magazine dubbed the second-best eatery in the world.”


App Reveals Chefs' Favorite Hot Spots

“Where do top-rated chefs, sommeliers and bartenders hang out during their time off? A new app uncovers their favorite restaurants, bars and shops in cities around the world, from high-end eateries to dive bars.”


Find. Eat. Drink. App Puts Culinary Recommendations at Your Fingertips

“The newest app to hit the market puts the culinary community right at your fingertips when picking restaurants, bars, coffee places, food shops and markets.”


5 Creative Links

“Not only does this handy app give you the location of thousands of restaurants in over 120 cities, but you get inside recommendations from the professionals: chefs, bartenders, sommeliers, foodies and more. Get exploring!”


Find. Eat. Drink. The iPhone App has ARRIVED! (and it's free!!)

“For me, traveling is always a great opportunity for, well, eating... But where to go for the best of the best? Guide books seem so 1980. Wouldn’t it be nice to chat up Eric Ripert to find out where he goes for croissants in Paris? Or to check in with PDT bartender Jim Meehan to find out where he drinks in Los Angeles? Or find out where Mugaritz's Andoni Luis Aduriz likes to eat tapas?”


App Recommends Chefs' Favorite Hotspots

“Picking a place to eat in New York City can be so overwhelming that sometimes slickers want a solid recommendation from a trustworthy food industry professional - by doing little more than touching their phone screen, of course. A new iPhone app called Find. Eat. Drink. is the answer to that prayer.”


15 New Apps You Should Know

“Unlike the majority of food apps, Find. Eat. Drink. is actually curated by people who know a thing or two. Instead of angry customers who didn’t get the extra bacon they asked for, Find. Eat. Drink. is run by chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers. With it, you can start finding all those spots that even those in the business love.”


App Of The Day | Find. Eat. Drink.: Gorge Yourself Like the Pros

“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?”

Expert-Approved V-Day Dinner: Thanks To Find. Eat. Drink. App

“In NYC, it’s easy to get lost in the bitter Yelp rants about service, and tied to your humdrum going-out routine. The recently-launched Find. Eat. Drink app brings you back to the reason you moved to New York in the first place: you want the best.”


Download Now: Find. Eat. Drink. For iPhone

“We love it when we can get opinions from an industry insider... the Find. Eat. Drink. app (free for iPhone) provides a depth of content we can't help but get excited about.”


Travel guide iPhone app offers solid suggestions and tips from the "pros"

“After giving the app a whirl in our own neighborhood, we found the quality of their suggestions quite impressive, offering a more tightly edited selection than mass-marketed services like Yelp.”

15 Apps The Tech World Is Obsessed With Right Now

“A new culture app curated by top-tier chefs, sommeliers, bartenders, baristas, butchers, pitmasters, and food purveyors.”


Plan an Epic Night on the Town With These Adventurous Apps

“When picking a restaurant or bar, listen to the experts. Instead of relying on star ratings from total strangers, F.E.D. gives you recommendations from chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers.”

Table It | Restaurant suggestions from industry insiders

“Nobody knows the culinary world quite like the culinary world. That’s why we prefer restaurant recommendations from legit foodies to ones from, say, our notoriously middlebrow cousin (sorry, Esther). That’s also why we love Find. Eat. Drink.”


Find. Eat. Drink.

“Find. Eat. Drink. gives us a complete information: from the typical dishes of a country to the best cocktails in a city, to chefs’ favorite markets.” [Translated]


Q: How Can I Find Great Meals On The Road?

“In North America, I use Find. Eat. Drink. as it is a people-powered recommendation engine from those in the hospitality business. ”

Glamour Living | Where to go, what to do, and how to look great when you are there.

“How do I find cool local restaurants? There’s an app for that. Find. Eat. Drink. gives local picks from top chefs.”


20 Fun and Useful New Mobile Apps

“As someone always on the prowl for killer foodie mobile apps, F.E.D. has leaped to the top of my current rotation.”


Where Do Chefs Eat?

“While many Web sites and apps devoted to dining rely on peer reviews and star ratings, a spate of new apps has eschewed this democratic approach, bypassing the masses for the experts: chefs themselves.”

Worth a Bookmark: 25 Design-Minded Travel Blogs

“Lifestyle & Trends: Traveling and eating in style. Whether you're planning a trip to travel across the globe, or locked down at home and living vicariously through others, there is a wealth of inspiration, style, and strategy for design-minded travelers to refer to online.”


Good Food Hunting

“Find. Eat. Drink. takes the idea of a guide on local food haunts to a deeper level by getting recommendations from culinary and other experts. The knowledgeable connoisseurs on its roster include Michelin-star chefs, sommeliers, baristas, butchers and more.”


InStyle Magazine Best Of Digi

“This e-concierge pulls its where-to-eat and what-to-do tips from the star chefs and bartenders who live for this stuff. Fan faves like Wylie Dufresne and David Chang as well as local luminaries who know the best out-of-the-way joints in dozens of places worldwide.”


The Best Apps for Last-Minute Dining

“Apps have made critics of us all, which generally seems like a good thing until you’re stuck scrolling through the latest novel-length Yelp review about dim sum. That’s where F.E.D. comes in: In lieu of reviews by mere mortals, notable food folk single out restaurants, bars, even food markets. ”

New Food Apps in Music City

“Wish you could keep a chef in your back pocket to give you recommendations on Music City’s ultimate places to eat? Find. Eat. Drink. will do just that.”


The Best Ways To Research Out Of Town Restaurants

“Thankfully, there are some new crowdsourcing sites that might just rise to the level of expertise most foodies seek. Find. Eat. Drink. is a free iPhone app that culls recommendations from chefs, sommeliers, and bartenders from around North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.”


App of the Week

“Deciding on a place to eat can be overwhelming, especially when you are relying on recommendations from others. Find. Eat. Drink. promises to be fair because its recommendations are written by chefs, bartenders, and even wine experts.”


Tech Detective -- Best Foodie Apps

“This app caters to people who want to know what food insiders would eat. It involves opinions from 700 different insiders: chefs, bartenders, sommeliers. I love that the tips are super insidery in nature and I love how specific it gets. It make you feel like you are local.”