The launch of Eater's Place Pages is sponsored by America's Next Great Restaurant, a new competition series from the people behind Project Runway and Top Chef. Bobby Flay leads a trio of judges, and the prize is arguably the biggest in reality show history—the opportunity to open a new restaurant chain. Series premiere Sunday, March 6th at 8/7c on NBC.
New Eater feature alert: it's our beefed-up, expanded Place Pages—home base for individual restaurants on Eater. On these pages—like this one for Patina, for instance—you'll find all the vital stats about the restaurant, from the joint's physical address to its Twitter handle. If you're a Foursquare user, the 'Add to Foursquare' button allows you to bookmark restaurants for future dining adventures. And, perhaps most crucially, the pages contain all of Eater's ongoing news coverage for each establishment.
And wait, look over there—it's the new Eater Place Pages Search Page, featuring the blinged-out map (above) and a complete list of restaurants for which we've created Place Pages. The goal of this list isn't to exhaustively cover every restaurant in the city, but rather those that Eater tends to write about the most, as well as the esteemed members of the Eater 38, the list of our current favorite 38 places to dine out in the city. The list will be growing in the coming weeks, so stop back by when you're in the market for dining inspiration.
Have a look around and let us know what you think. Then, get ready to eat.
· Place Pages Search Page [~ELA~]