Triangle restaurants, breweries to use new restaurant app
Jan 9, 2017
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Scott Crawford of Crawford & Son will be using CurEat for his restaurant.
There's a new restaurant app called CurEat that is designed to help locals and travelers alike discover great new places to dine and drink. CurEat can now be found in the iTunes App Store and will provide information on restaurants in over 60 cities across the U.S.
The application was created by entrepreneur and world traveler, Steve Mangano, who is trying to fill in a void left open in the dining app world, which is now driven with negative reviews and inferior restaurant lists.
"While there are a plethora of food apps on the market, there
is dearth of quality apps in the industry," say Mangano. "This restaurant app is designed around positive endorsements, with reliable and up-to-date content provided by the restaurants themselves."
CurEat will allow you to easily make your lists for different
cities and share them via text message or emails to friends and family. There has already been a handful of Triangle businesses that are using the app which include:
Ashley Christensen: Poole’s Downtown Diner, Fox Liquor Bar, Beasley’s Chicken + Honey, Chucks, Death & Taxes
Charlie Deal: Dos Perros, Jujube, Juju Durham
Cheetie Kumar: Garland
Daniel Benjamin: lucettegrace
John May: Piedmont
Kevin Barrett: Dram & Draught
Lionel Vatinet: La Farm Bakery
Marjorie Hodges: North Carolina Museum of Art
Nation Hahn: Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation
Rochelle Johnson: Ponysaurus Brewing, The Cookery, Dashi
Ryan Hurley: Vert & Vogue
Scott Crawford: Crawford & Son
Sean Lily Wilson: Fullsteam Brewery
Victor Lytvinenko: Raleigh Denim Workshop
Wyatt Dickston: PICNIC Durham
The apps easy of use makes it a favorite with chefs such as Scott Crawford of Crawford & Son in Raleigh. "I have never found a restaurant app I would care to use until CurEat."