Global Restaurant Guide

So, you're in a new place and you're hungry. What do you do? Well, for someone who is blind or visually impaired, the first thing you do is to search around until you find someone to ask about the local establishments. How many times has someone told you about a place that they said had really good food, and when you got there, it smelled horrible and tasted worse! Wouldn't it be nice to be able to find things yourself, without having to ask anyone for assistance?

This restaurant guide will make it easier for you to find a great place to eat. This is an excellent tool for vacation planning, business trips and even to check out what's good in your own town!

The main page is broken down into sections and those are: United States, Canada, Australia & New Zealand, Asia and Europe. You'll also find a search engine sandwiched between the United States and Canada. At the bottom of the page, there is an international guide and world map as well.

Since I can only wish about going on a vacation, I thought I'd check out a restaurant near me. I typed in my zip code and it found some results. The search goes fifteen miles away so you know the results are in your immediate area.

You'll receive the name of the establishment, the address, phone number, type of Cuisine served, and a map if you have enough vision to make use of it. You'll also see ratings and comments from people who have eaten at the Restaurants in your area and you can write a review after sampling a place. Just fill in your email address, name, choose whether you want your name to be displayed and then confirm your review when you get the email in your Inbox.

This site is easy to use and it is filled with helpful reviews so you can get the most out of your dining, in any town. Bon App├ętit! Click this link to visit http://www.restaurants.com.

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