Back when I was working on Wall Street, my co-workers and I became intimately familiar with the online food delivery service called Seamless (or Seamless Web as it was called then). In fact, I used this service so frequently (as we rarely left the office before dinnertime), I actually created a list of my favorite area restaurants and notes on dishes to order -- because when your mind is crunching numbers all day, you sometimes need a reminder that the chicken dish from Chinese Restaurant A is tastier than the same dish at Chinese Restaurant B thru Z!
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I looked back on my list recently, and although many of the restaurants are now gone (due to the recession), it still brings back fond memories of meticulously tracking the good and the bad NYC delivery spots. Luckily, Seamless has made all finding the best of the web easy-peasy by creating the CRAVED restaurant awards!
From the press release:
"Seamless has launched the CRAVED Restaurant Awards, the first annual restaurant awards program which allows you the chance to honor the Seamless restaurants that bring you food happiness every day. Nominations began Sunday, October 9th and run through Saturday, October 15th. Voting will then begin on October 16th for the restaurants with the most nominations in each category, and the winners will be announced on October 30th."
So there you have it -- happy eating and voting!
Congrats #4 - Linda!
Congrats #4 - Linda!
To help get you in the restaurant nominating mindset, Seamless, in partnership with financefoodie.com, is giving one lucky reader a $20 gift card to use on Seamless.com.
There are THREE ways to enter
1. REQUIRED: In my comments section, tell me what's your favorite type of food (mine is seafood!? Also please include your email address so I can contact you if you win!
2. Follow Finance Foodie on Twitter (leave separate comment telling me this)
3. Reblog / Retweet this giveaway (leave separate comment telling me this)
Contest ends Friday, October 14, 2011 at 5pm EST. Winners will be chosen via random integer generator on random.org announced on the financefoodie.com site shortly afterwards that night!