|"Social networks promise life improvements via connections, but generally just result in you dabbling in perversion and unwillingly learning junk about people you didn't realize were still alive. For one that actually accomplishes something: Eats."
|New York Post|
|"It would be just another Thursday night in West Chelsea - except that
these revelers aren't merely drunk and horny. They're hungry, too."
|"Recently launched, this site is a social network for food lovers."
|New York Times|
|"We doubt that Jeffrey Chodorow will be friending Frank Bruni as a fellow “eater” on this social network for gastronomists."
|Los Angeles Times|
|"Eats.com is part-restaurant review and locater and part-social
networking site, so you can share your faves and finds with your
friends. But what's useful for travelers are user recommendations,
ratings and reviews in cities, towns and college campuses."
|"Move over, Facebook. Make room MySpace."
|"Most importantly, you’ll be able to create an Eater Profile, so you can share opinions on restaurants and recipes for favorite dishes."
|"The idea is that you connected with other foodies by uploading photos,
blogging, writing and reading reviews about restaurants you like or
|St. Petersburg Times|
time trolling through friends' and ex-boyfriends' Facebook pages? Now Eats.com, a social networking
site for foodies, has launched a Facebook application."
|"If you have an obsession with food, then this is the site for you."
|What might be the first food-focused social networking website, Eats.com,
|FOX NEWS |
Video from the Grill Your Eats Challenge benefiting the Reach For The Stars Foundation.
|Mr. Media Radio Show|
Eats CEO and co-founder Joe Ariel
featured on the Mr. Media radio show with Bob Andelman.
|"They've got all the standard bells and whistles - menus, restaurant
search, etc., but the most exciting play here is that users will be
able to create an "eater profile" where they can interact with foodies
all across the country."