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Taste

The new way to find a city's best places to eat and drink.

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Taste helps people find the best local places to eat and drink. Locals get one favorite in each category; one coffee shop, one burger joint, etc. Check-In to receive milestones in each category to increase the value of your opinion and keep track of where you've been. Reshape the way you go eat and drink, through a positive exchange: favorites.

Skorch 2.0

Skorch shows you the hottest places, right now.

The Huffington Post named Skorch the #1 app in "Five New Apps That Are Changing How We Live". Skorch's curated heat map keeps you in-the-know about the best restaurants, bars and coffee shops, and what they're like right now. Create your own hotlist, follow friends and influencers, and review places in real time.

HuffPost
If you want to do something-or rather anything-with your phone, you can be certain that there's an app for that. Some apps entertain, make life easier or are so addictive that you just can't live without it. Every once in a while, an app emerges that fundamentally changes how we go about our lives.
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Blikkee

AI powered intro's to locals for the best places to eat

Stop reading endless reviews!

Ask a neighborhood expert for a restaurant recommendation instead.

Blikkee uses AI to introduce you to locals for advice you can trust.

Jewishtimes
Elan Kotz has always loved helping people, "sometimes to the fault of spreading myself too thin," he said. But the 32-year-old Mount Vernon resident is now, along with business partner Jeffrey Dobin, about to spread out that dedication to helping people - way out - with a new app called Blikkee that connects people looking for travel and restaurant advice wi… See more
Technical.ly Baltimore
When traveling to an entirely new city, the question usually comes up: Where are the local spots? I.e., Forget this touristy trash, where's the good stuff at? With Blikkee , cofounders Elan Kotz and Jeffrey Dobin are looking to help get that question answered - by having the advice come from locals themselves.
Baltimore magazine
Want to explore a new city but have no idea where to start? Ask a local, or in this case, Elan Kotz and Jeffrey Dobin. Their new app, Blikkee, strives to connect locals with travelers (or even other locals) to find the hidden gems in any city, starting with Baltimore and New York.
Technical.ly Baltimore
After launching last year, cofounders Elan Kotz and Jeffrey Dobin recently rolled out a redesign of the iOS app with brand new features. The app, which debuted in Baltimore in April, allows users to get advice from locals about the best places to go in city, whether they're on a trip or in their hometown.
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