Eater is an US online publication dedicated to reporting on, telling stories about, and critically examining the world of food and drink, with a particular focus on restaurants. They cover food-related topics in cities from Atlanta to Washington D.C. and also have a section on the UK’s capital city, London and Canadian city, Montreal. Since their launch in 2005, they have been acquired by digital media company Vox, who sometimes advertise content from Vox Creative on the site.

 

Eater offers a very slick, modern website that relies on high quality images, engaging titles, and relevant stories. Content ranges from lists on where to get the best vegan food, to news of the latest restaurant openings, as well as special offers and food guides in various cities. Undoubtedly, one of my favorite features is the interactive map that accompanies many of the articles on the site. For example, if the article is on the best places to get a pancake in New York, as you scroll down the list, the map on the right hand side will move from pointer to pointer to show you precisely where the establishment is located. This means that you do not have to worry about searching for the name of the place after it is recommended as you can easily see on the map.

 

I also think that the newsletter scheme is a particularly good feature of Eater. This simply allows readers to sign up to a regular newsletter that will be sent directly to their inbox, containing all the latest updates, news, offers and promotions so that you don’t have to worry about missing out. Furthermore, their podcast provides insightful restaurant-related tips and recommendations, which can be listened to directly via the site or downloaded elsewhere for free.

 

One downside to Eater is that there are no user reviews to verify or confirm the lists of suggestions that are featured in the articles. The writers on Eater are not necessarily food critics, therefore it is difficult to know how accurate their recommendations really are. That being said, the comments section at the bottom of each articles provides a space for readers to voice their opinions.

Pros
  • Slick website with interactive map
  • Free newsletter sent straight to your inbox
  • Informative food-related podcast
Cons
  • Articles are not all written by food critics

TravelSites.com is the best travel site list in the world.🏆💯🥇🌟

TravelSites.com is the go to place online to find information on the best websites, smartphone apps, books, YouTube channels and documentaries for travelers. Written with my years of experience trotting the globe, TravelSites.com gives budding young backpackers the chance to discover the top resources available for getting the most out of their trip, be it renting a car, learning the local dialect, finding a photographer or even just knowing what the weather will be like for the week. I have researched the internet to bring you a list of the top items in each category, while every single one has been meticulously reviewed, highlighting unique features, comparison to similar products, and all the pros and cons.

 

Why did you make TravelSites.com?💖🔥🚀

Well, I found that although there is naturally lots of information online concerning travel-related products and services, they seem to be scattered about, leaving the user to laboriously search for each individual item. If you wanted, for example, to discover an inspiring travel documentary while booking accommodation and flights to Rome, you would have to have at least three different tabs open at once. TravelSites.com puts all the information you need in one place, meaning you will not have to search far and wide to simply find out the best website for reserving a room in a hotel. With more than 40 different categories, travelers can stay on the same website to gather all the information they need, not only saving them time but also saving them money, by reading through the reviews to find the cheapest option.

 

What can you find on My lists and how did I rank them?🕵️‍♂️🧠🔗

My lists feature more than 40 different travel-related categories containing every resource a backpacker could ever need. Need help planning a trip? Want to keep up to date with the latest travel news? Looking for an inspiring book or blog? Desperate to find a restaurant away from the crowds? I’ve got you covered. My lists have been carefully put together by me and combined by quality, efficiency, value and functionalism to rank the items in descending order, with number one considered the item offering the best of all four factors. The criteria was constant throughout each category, whether it was for a cruise booking website or an Instagram account, in order to bring travelers the resources that would be the most useful for travelers.

 

How do I contact you, if I have a question?💡📞📧

Hmm, if you think that any best travel site is really missing in my travel directory, I can be reached by 📧email, Skype, Facebook Messenger, Twitter or Linkedin.

 

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