Think of it as the FeedYourFacebook or MySpaceIsGettingSmaller (because my ass is getting bigger) of food web sites. If you’ve been a subscriber to Gay List Daily for any time at all, you know we love talking about food. Endlessly. But we know we’re not alone.
Now, with the launch of eats.com, we have a place to go and truly be ourselves. A place where we can obsess about foie gras and bacon cheeseburgers, or pick apart the service at that delicious Tex-Mex dump around the corner.
Eats.com covers restaurants in more than 125 cities, so it’s perfect for nailing down a great sushi spot on your trip to Miami, but you’ll be thrilled to know that you can search nearly 1,800 hot spots in Dallas alone. Or add your own. The choices are broken down by neighborhood (like Kessler Park, Oak Lawn, East Dallas), type of cuisine (Filipino, Organic, Irish Pub) or popular feature (24 hours, pet-friendly, outdoor seating).
What makes the site so addictive is that you control the content. It’s a virtual community where people can chat about restaurants with other users, post their own reviews, and upload photos of their favorite dishes. Don’t see your favorite Ethiopian brunch spot listed? Add it, review it and email it to others to read.
The site is fairly new, so now’s your chance to unleash your inner food critic and write about your experiences. And who knows, you just might meet your soul (food) mate while waxing poetic about the best place for chicken and waffles.
Mmmm…food is yummy.
Online at www.eats.com/restaurants/texas/dallas