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WRAL Out and About: CurEat app offers dining suggestions

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CurEaters Katie Button, Jenny Bonchak and Phoebe Lawless share with WRAL Out and About how and why they use CurEat.

As a chef and restaurant owner, I love eating out. With the CurEat app, it’s awesome because I can look up my friends’, chef friends and industry friends’ recommendations just on my phone no matter where I am. I don’t have to bother them with lengthy text messages. Katie Button, Executive Chef and owner of Cúrate and Nightbell

This App Gets Rid of Bad Restaurant Reviews and Replaces Them With Picks From Top Chefs

Founder Steve Mangano shares more with Food & Wine’s Noah Kaufman about CurEat’s mission to replace bad restaurant reviews with positivity.

Toppling a behemoth like Yelp is not something easily done and CurEat may not do it—there are currently 145 million Yelp users every month. But in a world where the mountain of online reviews can feel never ending and sometimes capriciously written, it’ll be nice to have a little expertise back in the system.

Read the entire story on Food & Wine.

 

 

Dine & Dish: Need a place to eat? Let local chefs help you decide

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You can consider us the foodie friend who knows all the cool places and local chefs.

It can be hard to stumble into a worthwhile dive without lots of research.

Thankfully I have a new tool to use. CurEat is a free app that launched this summer. The Raleigh-based app looped in some Wilmington chefs to create profiles and share their favorite restaurants to go to in Wilmington and other cities around the South.

Read the entire story on Star News Online.

The app that helps travelers, and locals, find their favorite restaurants is expanding

The homegrown restaurant app that helps travelers eat like locals, and locals find their favorites, is getting a wider audience.

Developed in Raleigh, the CurEat app launched on iOS in January, but as of this week is available to Android users. The free app aims to show diners a world beyond Yelp, where people post reviews and rate their experiences dining out.

Read more from the News & Observer

Where to Eat on the Road

Taking the stress out of restaurant research for your vacation is our pleasure.

Now imagine if you have 10 of your closest, vetted foodie friends telling you where to eat in those destinations. That would make things a lot easier, yes? That level of confidence in restaurant recs is what the app CurEat is designed to create.

Read more from the Greenville Journal here.

Where Local James Beard-Recognized Chefs Love to Eat in Raleigh, N.C.

visitRaleigh recommends CurEat to help plan your next adventure into our capitol city!

Local entrepreneur Steve Mangano has created a way to cut through the noise and find carefully selected recommendations from those in the know. CurEat, available for download in the iTunes App Store, spotlights prominent chefs, bartenders, craft-makers and other local influencers’ favorite local dining and drinking spots.

Read the post featuring some of our amazing CurEaters here.

CurEat’s Steve Mangano Announces New Restaurant App and Georgia “CurEaters”

HUBGA is just as excited about our expansion into Atlanta as we are!

A sophisticated, sleek, clean app, CurEat seeks to provide minimal but meaningful information to streamline the decision-making and discovery process for the consumer, based on location.  In essence, it enables users to discover the best place to eat in just two clicks. Restaurants not included in the app are chains, enabling the smaller independently owned locations to have prominence and a direct consumer channel.

Read more from the article and see a list of Georgia CurEaters here.

CurEat Skips the Reviews and Curates the List of Good Eats

Steve Mangano sat down with Hypepotamus to talk about what sets CurEat apart at DIG SOUTH.

“To be honest, I would challenge you to look at reviews and tell me how many are actually useful to you,” says CEO Steve Mangano. “Our general philosophy is less can be more and so if we can focus on you to say, ‘how many people that you know or respect, or might be interested in, like these places?’ That can help funnel your search into a direction. But if you are trying to sort out ratings and reviews? It’s a tough time to figure it out.”

Read the full interview on Hypepotamus here.