Year Launched: Web unknown, Roadfood book, 1977
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Alexa Rank: 13,332 US
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Roadfood gives the user the freedom to search for restaurants by location as well as type of restaurant. Users can review, rate, upload photos and bookmark a favorite restaurant. Users have the option of signing up for a free account or the :Roadfood Insider” which comes with phone apps, GPS Support and special maps where you can map restaurants along your travel route.
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As found on Wikipedia
Jane Stern (born 1946) and Michael Stern (born 1946) are American writers who specialize in books about travel, food, and popular culture. They are best known for their “Roadfood” books, website, and magazine columns, in which they seek out restaurants serving American regional specialities.
After College, marriage and a short stint of producing documentaries for WNBC, a teaching job at Hunter College and another at Wesleyan University they began work on the book that eventually became the first Roadfood, travelling throughout the United States and eating at small-town cafes. Roadfood was published in 1977; the most recent edition was released in 2011.
In addition to their food writing, the Sterns have written numerous books on American popular culture, including The New York Times bestselling Elvis World (1987) and The Encyclopaedia of Bad Taste (1990). In all, they have written over 30 books. They were staff writers for Gourmet magazine for 18 years, have written for The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, and are now contributing editors at Saveur. They have won numerous awards including James Beard awards and have been inducted into the Who’s Who of American Food.Return to Directory of Customer Review Sites