July 18th, 2013 | Published in Uncategorized
“Where are we going to eat?” Google Maps can make your decision easier by helping you preview, browse and navigate your way to a restaurant that suits your appetite.
Let’s say you’re in New York City, home to over 25,000 restaurants, just before the start of NYC Restaurant Week (TM) (July 22 - August 16). You can quickly narrow down the choices by picking from a list of eateries participating in their summer’s Restaurant Week.
Google Maps lets you see the interiors of more than 50% of participating restaurants with Business Photos, so that you can make sure you’re choosing the right setting for your meal out. Street View allows you to take a closer look at the exterior of any destination, and even virtually stroll through the surrounding neighborhood.
Preview and See Inside Fig and Olive
For more specialized suggestions, you can rely on Zagat lists, ratings and reviews, which can also be found in Google Maps. Zagat–the trusted authority for exceptional experiences—offers reviews and ratings for food, decor and service, to help you find the perfect spot every time. Or you can continue to browse and discover new places to eat and drink with our Explore feature.
Hungry for more? Find us on the NYC Restaurant Week website to explore more with Google Maps. If you still can’t decide on which participating restaurant to dine at, we offer this advice: follow your gut. That, and use Google Maps to keep up with the adventure your palate is about to embark on.
Preview and make a reservation at Aldea on NYC Restaurant Week