Do you like to eat, read, or both? If so, then you’re going to love this blog. Dishin’ It Out is your source for fresh food news, mouthwatering food ideas, EatStreet contests & promotions, hot new restaurants, a dash of gastronomic entertainment, and so much more.
Dishin’ It Out is presented by EatStreet. We’re a rapidly expanding company based in Madison, Wisconsin, that seeks to bridge the gap between restaurants and diners. We provide restaurants all over the country with an online ordering platform, Facebook ordering, mobile apps, custom website design, and much more. Our products and services give restaurants the tools they need to serve you better. Currently, we partner with over 1,000 restaurants in more than 24 cities nationwide. If you’re a restaurant owner, you can learn how to sign up here. If you’re a diner, be sure to visit EatStreet.com to find our online food court in your city.
A team of EatStreet employees will be writing most of the content for Dishin’ It Out. You can find out a bit more about each of us here. Some of us are techies; some of us are foodies; most of us are young; each of us is a little ridiculous.
But we’re not the only ones who are going to write this blog. We’d love to hear from you! Hell, if it’s good, we’ll post it at Dishin’ It Out, and you’ll get a nifty reward – $25 of free eats on our website. Got a favorite EatStreet restaurant? Is your favorite sandwich really, really, really awesome? Do you enjoy a particular vintage with your cheese plate? Have a hilariously funny or chillingly scary story about late night food ordering? Share it with us. We’re interested in just about anything. Email email@example.com for more information.
We hope you’ll follow Dishin’ It Out. Almost every day, we’ll make you laugh. We’ll make you cry. We’ll make you realize the meaning of life itself. And if we don’t, we’ll at least make you hungry.
Stay tuned: over the next couple weeks, we’ll have a lot to say about summer and one of the greatest cooking implements ever invented by humankind–the grill.