The flights are booked, the bags are packed. It’s vacation time – and we’re going off the grid!
When on the road, finding local eateries, reserving a table, or reading restaurant reviews is most crucial. After all – a vacation is only as good as the food you eat on it!
Ahead, see the best food apps to use when out and about.
Urbanspoon is a hungry girl’s dream. The app offers restaurant reviews, descriptions and comparisons based on price, distance and cuisine.
(Think of it as the new, hip Yelp.) Within minutes, you and your travel buds will know where to head.
Need to brag about that burrito you just devoured? There’s an app for that – and it’s Foodspotting. Search for the best dishes at a restaurant, and see what popular food peeps liked best. Then, share a photo of your dish – just like on Instagram.
Things will most likely get a little boozy when on the road, too. Delectable, known as “The Essential Wine App”, allows you to review wines by the bottles’ labels. Simply snap a pic of your wine’s label, and instantly get ratings and descriptions.
Food Network’s travel food app Eat St. allows you to explore street food in the best way. Locals upload pictures of their best street eats – from food trucks, carts and the like – and offer their review and tips on ordering only the best.
Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet on vacation isn’t always impossible. The app takes on a “Real Food Approach” and offers suggestions for restaurants that are vegetarian, vegan, farm-to-fork, and gluten-free.