BooRah

I love food, and I know I’m not the only one. Fried, grilled, baked – it all works for me. The area where I live contains a lot of chain restaurants, which is fine, but I sure wish we had more one-of-a-kind places to eat. There’s just something special about going to a restaurant that serves up dishes in a unique way that you can’t find anywhere else. Those of you who almost exclusively chow down at McDonald’s and Applebee’s may not know what I’m talking about, but you should. If you look outside my surroundings and expand your search for food to include locations such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, then you’re really onto something. Those three cities alone contain some of the most diverse cuisine that you could ever hope to find, and BooRah will help you to figure out where you and your stomach should be headed.

For those of us who don’t live in or visit any one of the three aforementioned cities, this online restaurant resource may not be very useful, but hopefully they’ll expand their reach sometime soon. The search options that BooRah offers are diverse and helpful. You can search by restaurant name, address, cuisine, neighborhood, occasion, mood, or any other keywords to really pinpoint what you’re looking for. Full details are provided for each restaurant, including price, ratings, directions, and so on. The reviews are especially interesting because they’re compiled from bloggers, food critics, and others throughout the Internet. Go get your eat on.

[tags]BooRah, Food, Restaurants, McDonald’s, Applebee’s, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Cuisine, Food Critics[/tags]

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  • marc klink

    Thanks for the tip. I live about 70 miles from LA, but there are many fine places to eat within 20-30 miles. I’ve found that anytime you have a population area of over about 75,000, you generally can find good eating in the area that is different [and usually better]. Within 20 minutes of driving, I can have Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Cantonese, Mexican, Greek, Jewish, and good old American Comfort food. It somewhat offsets all the smog in the air I deal with daily!

  • Paul

    Your link to Boorah has a ? in it, which keeps it from working.

    Paul