Wednesday, December 1, 2010
The first company to put our near2there button on their site is a great new site called FoodSprout.
I met the founder of FoodSprout, Andrew Naber, when we were both selected to demo at the FailCon conference back in October.
FoodSprout is the perfect site for near2there. It researches restaurants in cities across the U.S. to see from where they purchase their ingredients. Naturally, the more local the better. I am sure many people come upon this site and think "oh, I should go to this restaurant next time I'm in that city." The problem is that by the time they are in that city around meal time, they probably forget. That is where near2there helps. If they click on the near2there button, they can save a reminder for that place. So, when they are planning their trip or when they are in the neighborhood, they can be reminded that they wanted to go there.
One of my favorites is listed on their site:
2901 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA