What's the point of all these new apps and services if it's still a hassle to eat where you want, when you want?
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The release of the new guide also sees the debut of free smartphone app.
Food Genius gets big boost of funding for food trends app.
Good Eggs provides a cutting-edge online food marketplace, food events and farmers market listings, a lushly visual cooking blog, and a set of tools to help local farmers & foodmakers sell direct.
Tablehopper has a new late-night dining guide to almost 100 places around the city.
It's cute when the Chronicle tries to get all tech savvy, and today we learn that Michael Bauer's annually updated Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants list is now an iPhone app. This will certainly make for much easier searching than...
It features ten local bars among the country's top 100.
The game is addictive, and the soundtrack is groovy.
While privatization hawks continue with their empty threats, the LCB is moving forward with its modernization efforts.
Makers of a smartphone app are ponying up to cover your the cost of your meal.
It doesn't get shill-ier than this, folks.
Learn where the professionals eat, one dish at a time.
The folks down at 'Texas Monthly' have launched a 'cue-focused iPhone app.
Martha Stewart launches a cocktail app... and shops for investors.