Before I commence to some cool MediaBytes, I have a question. Let us say that you only get one food for Christmas. ONE. For example, not turkey and mashed potatoes – you get to choose only one. To be nice, I’ll let you include the gravy for free.
My choice? I would need my great-aunt’s weird whipped cream cranberry and pecan salad thingie. I could eat pizza for Christmas dinner and be okay with it as long as I have this weird concoction to follow it. It simply would not be Christmas otherwise.
Okay, on to MediaBytes….
FoodieBytes helps you to avoid the aggravation of arriving a restaurant and realizing there’s nothing on the menu you want to order. It also helps you determine how far these dining establishments are from you, and what else they have to offer.
Foodie Bytes is not only great because it tells you where to get your garlic-fries fix, but it also shows you restaurant options for gluten-free food if you have celiac disease or where to go if you follow a strict vegan diet.
Intertube-savvy metropolitan diners now have yet another way to make sure their every culinary craving is sated: the new website FoodieBytes, now beta testing, lets users search restaurant menus based on the food they desire.
Of course, the oh-so-mature bloggers at Eater SF immediately searched for restaurants serving “human” and “crap”, which – no surprise here – turned up results in San Francisco. Oh, California. Discerning cannibals and coprophagists in New York won’t find any local restaurants to satisfy their cravings through FoodieBytes, but Roebling Tea Room does serve a tea “scented with rose penis”. Ha. Okay, so we’re as puerile as San Francisco.