At CurEat it’s clear we love all things that are independent, local and have to do with food. So it is no surprise we are huge fans of Max Trujillo, Matthew Weiss and their NC Food & Beverage Podcast. We listen on our walks, our runs, our drives to and from the office, any chance we get (Quick disclaimer here: we are sponsors of the app). And if you have downloaded it you know why. If you have not had … Read more
This is Fab begins in less than 2 days and we at CurEat could not be more excited and ready! Fab is the brainchild of one of our CurEaters, Randi Weinsten. It is an incredible 48 hours of educational and inspirational workshops in Charleston, SC created by women, for women in the hospitality industry. At it’s core, Fab is all about connecting, sharing and learning about the business of food and beverage. It’s about moving forward, standing up for yourself … Read more
CurEaters represent a cross-section of each community, including: prominent chefs, restaurateurs, bartenders, creatives and artisan craft-makers that have a brick-and-mortar presence.
CurEat is all about enabling consumers to find great independent restaurants. We encourage restaurateurs to claim their pages—which enables you to post pictures that represent your food and atmosphere. Unlike other sites, only restaurants can post photos to ensure appropriate and representative images are shown.
There are no reviews or ratings in our app. Consumers discover restaurants based on geography, our CurEaters, and their friends. We do filter our restaurant listings. If you do not find your restaurant in CurEat and believe it should be represented, please contact us and our team of advisors will review.
Header Photography: Food by John May, Piedmont; Photo by Felicia Perry