Local Dish & Vacation!

In San Antonio on August 3, 2011 at 7:04 pm

Let’s say you’re visiting a city with which you are completely unfamiliar. Do you randomly try your luck at possibly finding somewhere good to eat or do you make the all-wise decision of finding out where locals dine? In general, locals know what restaurants are the best and which ones are both a waste of time and money. Unfortunately, finding out where the locals eat can be a time-consuming and daunting task. Too bad there’s not an app that makes it easy for you to hear from local bloggers in various cities. Oh wait, there is one! It’s called The Local Dish App.

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Local Dish App, created by the food blog extraordinaire and app developer An Average Joe in San Antonio, released this easy to use interface just last month. Just pick a city and various local bloggers are in the palm of your hand in seconds. Click on the image above for more information about this app and also to download it. Believe it or not, my humble blog is even featured on this app. Thanks Average Joe in San Antonio for the opportunity to contribute!

By the way, pretty soon I’ll be going on vacation. I’ll be escaping the 100-degree San Antonio weather by spending some time in 60-degree San Francisco and 80-degree Napa Valley. I’m really looking forward to discovering some delicious cuisine (probably by using The Local Dish App) while drinking some great West Coast beers. I’ll probably drink some wine, as well. Okay, make that a lot of wine. 🙂

Please feel free to offer any recommendations by commenting on this post.


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