The next time you find yourself searching the Web for the best restaurants in your neighborhood, town or city, do yourself a favor and consult the most sophisticated and well-planned articles, providing you with up-to-the-minute listings and restaurant reviews with all the information you could possibly wish for about all your best local eating spots–both old and new.
Then, whenever you and your family, friends, or that “special other” in your life are in the mood for trying out the latest popular eatery for a delicious meal served amidst stylish, attractive décor with delightful ambiance–just click on your Web browser and consult the ultimate in restaurant reviews. And, keep in mind that all diligent and reputable restaurant reviewers–especially those who publish regularly in the press, Internet blogs, newsletters, and on Web sites you trust–enjoy good food and have visited and eaten at the restaurants they are writing about.
And, if you’re traveling, or planning a trip or vacation, current information about restaurants at your destination can help you choose great places to enjoy fine cuisine while away from home. Detailed restaurant reviews can offer you a full, clear and concise picture of each restaurant location, interior and menu. These reviews can also guide you to the top-rated ethnic, theme or scenic eating spots of your choice.
Maybe a friend or family member has just gone away to college or relocated for a new job. By emailing them with links to Web sites with engaging and accurate restaurant reviews with the latest updates on restaurants and reviews about bistros, clubs and cafes in their new locale, you can make the move much easier and more pleasant. Anyone who has just moved to a new home, apartment or dorm room is eager to learn about the most convenient eating places serving the best food. The very thought of attempting to shop for groceries and cook a meal or even to order take-out food from an unfamiliar eatery is less than inviting when in the midst of unpacking crates and boxes. But, a reassuring email or text message with links to restaurant reviews related to the new neighborhood can bring smiles and good eating to any new resident who is just getting acquainted with an unfamiliar college, town, city, or locale.
Ellen Gilmer is a writer-composer and artist who lives in New York City. Crystal Clear Artforms, her creative arts business, is dedicated to the development and promotion of Thematic Arts (creative expression in multiple art forms). Ellen’s work includes poetry, prose and article writing, and she is a correspondent for the International Press Association. She has published two books: La Belle Famille (a novel); and Free Style Run of the Heart (a book of dramatic monologues with songs). Her books were published by The Pentland Press Ltd. and Carnegie Publishing Ltd. in England. Ellen is currently at work on a second novel as well as a book about the kinetics of language.