With the arrival of summer, you usually feel like a terrace and a bar to kick the QR codes, although when the heat hits, getting inside the restaurant is a good option. If you want to discover new places to eat, technology can help you, as there are a few apps for this purpose.
Let’s tell you what seven o’clock is most useful apps for discovering bars and restaurants from your mobile phone. In a few seconds you will know what is near your area, the ratings and what you will find in them.
Although we usually use it to navigate from one place to another, Google Maps is one of the best applications to discover new places to eat. We just have to open it and find restaurants and bars near our area. Also, being a Google app, has a review system in which thousands of people participate, so you will have the opinions of many people to have a reference from the site.
TripAdvisor is a web oriented for travelers, although it has its application for iOS and Android. In her we can search for bars and restaurants by area, with user ratings to see if the site will be worth it or not. It is one of the best services for this purpose, completely free.
El Tenedor is a great app for find new bars and restaurants, but it also allows us to obtain very good discounts. We can make the reservation online from the application and access exclusive promotions from it. A great way to discover new places and save a few euros along the way.
Yelp is another of the classics when it comes to discovering new places to eat. We can explore the menu, site location, reviews and more, with a simple interface, but more than useful. The app is completely free and has an extensive community.
Home delivery apps (without being delivered to your home)
Finally, we will talk about home delivery apps like Just Eat, Glovo, Deliveroo and others. Although its main purpose is to get your orders home, you can always use them as a guide to restaurants and bars near you.
Within these apps we can select our area, to show restaurants near us. We just have to point out those that catch our attention, without having to ask for absolutely anything from the app.