Memorial Day and the start of summer is less than 2 weeks away—that means summer vacation and road trips. If you are hitting the beach or the mountains or planning any trip for that matter, CurEat is the perfect resource for discovering those hidden gems along the way or at your destination.
Not sure where to start? Download CurEat on the app store and follow new CurEaters: Dean Neff of Pinpoint and Justin Amick of The Painted Pin. Check out their lists for Wilmington, NC, Edisto, SC and Nantucket!
Live in South Carolina and want to learn more about CurEat? Check out WSPA.com’s latest video coverage of CurEat: CurEat App Helps You Find Places To Eat In The Upstate.
There’s a new app in the Upstate to help you decide where to eat and it’s all about locally-owned foodie spots. Vanessa de la Viña shows us what the CurEat app is all about.
See if you can relate. You go to a new city, you want to find a good place to eat, so you Google “best restaurants…” A list pops up full of four and five star reviews. But then you notice McDonald’s has also made it on the list. What? You love McDonald’s, but a nice dinner out it does not make. This sort of scenario is what inspired Steve Mangano to create CurEat.
Read more in Greenville Online’s article, New app lets diners find the best restaurant to fit their needs
The app is designed to help you quickly find the best place to dine and drink based upon your location. Providing curated lists of restaurants from local and national experts, the app allows users to create and share personal selections of restaurants.
CurEaters — prominent chefs, bartenders, artisan craft-makers, and tastemakers — will have a larger platform in the app to show different parts of their business and their city.
Read more in Greenville Journal’s article, CurEat app launches in GVL, partners with local chefs, restaurant owners