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Fodor’s World Restaurant Reviews

www.fodors.com/world/restaurant-reviews.html

Fodor’s Travel Guides dish up restaurant reviews for destinations all over the world. Reviews are by Fodor’s staff and, when available, by diners like you.

Happy Cow’s Vegetarian Guide

www.happycow.net

If you’re a vegetarian, use this directory to find restaurants serving up cruelty-free food, whether in your home town or during your travels. With more than 8,000 listings covering more than 100 countries, Happy Cow is an indispensable guide for vegetarians who want to eat out.

Healthy Dining Finder

www.healthydiningfinder.com

When you’re watching what you eat, travel can be difficult, but the Healthy Dining Finder helps you find on-the-road food that’s good for you. Restaurants that join the site submit nutritional information, which is analyzed by Healthy Dining’s nutritionists and published on the site. Search by location, price range, and other criteria (such as take-out or delivery) to find restaurants, and then click View Nutrition Information for the restaurant you want.

Restaurants.com

www.restaurants.com

This site offers restaurant reviews from all over the world. Search by location, then browse restaurant listings and user reviews.

ZAGAT

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www.zagat.com

Zagat Guides are famous for directing readers to the world’s best restaurants, and ZAGAT Online continues that tradition. When you open a free account, you can read user reviews and post your own, make reservations online, look at photos or take a virtual tour of restaurants, and get weekly emails. For a couple of bucks a month, premium members get access to Zagat’s own reviews and ratings and a discount in the online store. The Zagat Buzz is the site’s blog.

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The Restaurant Guys

www.restaurantguysradio.com

Restaurateurs Francis Schott and Mark Pascal bring you this hour-long show each weekday, featuring conversations and interviews with famous chefs, restaurant operators, and wine and food critics.

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Menuism

www.menuism.com

A social network for foodies, Menuism lets members share restaurant reviews and photos, make friends with other food lovers, and create a list of your favorite restaurants. You don’t have to be a member, though, to search for and read reviews.

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