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Food Gal App for San Francisco Bay Area Foodies with a chance to win your own!

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Written by foodie pam   
Sunday, 09 September 2012

ImageWhether you live in the San Francisco Bay Area or plan on traveling here, finding great restaurants is a top priority for every Foodie.  Carolyn Jung, aka Food Gal, is a former San Jose Mercury News Food editor who knows her way around the SF Bay Area food scene.  She frequently blogs about restaurants on her blog and has transformed that resource into an even greater one with her Food Gal's Ultimate Guide to Bay Area Dining app ($1.99 in the iPhone App Store with Android version coming soon).  

The app offers a selection of 75 Bay Area restaurants that Carolyn has tried and enjoyed.  She describes each restaurant and provides details on fab food choices. The app has a great interface that lets you find the restaurants on a map (based on your location if you let it) or as a list.   

While Carolyn and I live only a few miles apart and have explored restaurants together, I’m amazed at some of the hidden gems she’s found and shares in her app.  That’s because the app highlights both well-known, highly-rated restaurants along with smaller and less familiar, but equally tantalizing places.  In other words, whether you’re a life long Bay Area resident or newbie, this app is sure to introduce you to new restaurants.

And now for that chance to win! Before September 17, 2012 add a comment to this post as a registered user that describes one of your favorite San Francisco Bay Area restaurants.  We’ll pick our 3 favorite entries to receive a free copy of Food Gal’s app.   

Note: in order for us to be able to contact you the comment must be added as a registered Project Foodie user to be eligible to win. 


Disclosure: Samples of products discussed in this post may have been provided to Project Foodie by publicists and/or manufacturers.


Last Updated ( Sunday, 09 September 2012 )
charliann (Registered) 2012-09-09 17:13:37

I'll be going to SF in less than 2 weeks to see my daughter, who was recently engaged. Boulevard is
the name she came up with when I asked her to quickly pick a good restaurant. Maybe I'll get to go there with my soon-to-be inlaws!
FoodGal founder
Carolyn Jung (Unregistered) 2012-09-11 16:42:15

Charliann: Oooh, Boulevard is phenomenal! If you plan on going, though, make reservations asap. It is always popular and always hard to get into. ;)
Yank Sing
eabosti (Registered) 2012-09-11 20:33:05

Used to live in the Bay Area and whenever I get back for a visit, it's not complete until I get a dim sum lunch at Yank Sing. That is the BEST dim sum on the planet! Now I have to plan another visit!
Perfect App
MRannals (Registered) 2012-09-13 09:36:55

What a great find! From someone who knows food and the area so well. Can't wait to find some of Carolyn/Foodgal's finds this weekend in SF.
Congratulations Winners
pam (Publisher) 2012-09-18 21:34:56

Congratulations charliann, eabosti, and MRannals you will each receive a free copy of Food Gal's app!
Thank you
MRannals (Registered) 2012-09-19 10:39:24

marguerite krause (Unregistered) 2012-10-19 06:49:07

Looks like a great site!
Gayle (Unregistered) 2012-11-17 10:29:42

How do I find recipes on MOM"S FREE RECIPES ? Can antone tell me.
SSS (Unregistered) 2012-11-28 01:32:55

indain food
mithinu (Unregistered) 2012-11-28 01:34:59

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