US-centric: Restaurant search site FoodieBytes takes a more detailed approach to helping users find a place to eat. Rather than type in a general cuisine and neighborhood, FoodieBytes asks for specific dishes you like, or restrictions like gluten-free or vegetarian you may want, and finds the restauarants that offer them. The site has menus indexed in five cities right now—Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.—and offers custom Google Maps of search results. For travelers or new city residents with a hankering for something specific, FoodieBytes seems like a worthwhile search.
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