Using Nearby Restaurant Apps in the Tri-State Area

21 Oct

t_00k1If you live in the tri-state area, Trist is the perfect app for you. Trist is one of the best nearby restaurant apps for Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York City, and Connecticut. Here are some ways to use this app to find restaurants around the tri-state area.

Find New Restaurants near your Home

Tired of going out to the same old places in your town? Use Trist to find restaurants that are located near you. You can search for restaurants in nearby towns. Or, you can use the app to discover newly opened restaurants in your town. Before you head over to the restaurant, check their Trist page to see their hours, specials, trends, and user comments.

Use it on a Road Trip

The tri-state area is a great place to go on a road trip—there are different cities, suburbs, and rural areas to explore in these states. When you get hungry, you can use Trist to find restaurants that are near your current location. You can even compare nearby restaurants on Trist. When you do that, you’ll be able to see which restaurant has the most patrons, which is reviewed most favorably, and which has a menu that appeals to you. Be sure to use Trist throughout your whole road trip. That way, you’ll always get to eat at great places.

Give Recommendations to Friends

If you have a friend visiting the tri-state area and they ask for a restaurant recommendation, you can use Trist. You can show friends your Trist list to give them some ideas for good restaurants in your area. Or, if they’re looking for a certain type of food, you can search in your restaurant locator app for places near you that serve that cuisine.

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Posted by on October 21, 2015 in Technology



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