Goodness knows I’m a sucker for anything even remotely dinosaur-related (Jurassic Park Slope?) but Dinevore is not only thematically great, it’s actually useful.  Spending a good 10 – 12 hours a day on a computer and sans iPhone, I’ve always needed a place to keep my running list of restaurants that I’ve been wanting to try.  Dinevore is just that – think of it as a combination between the restaurant listing of New York Mag, a pinch of the social check-ins of FourSquare, a dash of Groupon and a whole lot of lists for people who love making lists.  There’s the”Buy With Me Dinevore Deals,” “The Best Ramen in NYC” by Serious Eats, “Ten To Try Now” by Daily Candy, “Gastronauts” by the Gastronauts Eating Club, and my very own creation: “V+L To Eat” for Leah and I to keep track of the restaurants we’re interested in eating at (in spite of our current budget concerns).

Founded by Jeremy Fisher, Dinevore is a great way to not only keep track of your running list of restaurants to try, new restaurants on your radar, or to figure out where you want to eat out any given night (filtered by location, price, cuisine) but to also connect you with other food-minded people.  Yes the focus is dining out, but the worlds that different lists, and different groups/members open you up to, can be fantastic as well.

Dinevore! Sign up today!

(PS. To add any restaurant not currently listed, just email Dinevore.  They’re sweet as dinos are.)


~ by drywoodburstingintoflame on October 14, 2010.

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