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Enjoy the restaurants you see on TV when you travel

Are you a fan of all the food shows on channels like the Food Network or the Travel Channel? For a fledgling foodie, there’s nothing like an episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” “Man vs. Food,” “Bizzare Foods,” or “Parts Unknown” to satisfy that fix for culinary knowledge.But you know what’s ultimately better than plopping down in front of the TV and vicariously living off the food experiences of personalities like Guy Fieri, Adam Richman, Andrew Zimmern and Anthony Bourdain?That’s to go on the road and experience all these TV restaurants first hand!Seem like a challenge? Well don’t worry, this app will help you track down and locate all these famous TV restaurants that might lie along your way.


TVFoodMaps is a free app that maps the restaurants and diners featured on food and travel shows like “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” “Man vs. Food,” “Bizzare Foods,” or “Parts Unknown.”The app tracks over 40 different TV shows and helps you track down any of the 5,000 restaurants featured on TV.Want to take that massive food challenge that Adam Richman took in “Man vs Food?” Or maybe that Mexican-Asian fusion place in Phoenix that Guy Fieri featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives?” Well, TVFoodMaps will find it for you!Next time you’re planning a road trip, you can use TVFoodMaps to find all the famous TV restaurants along the way. You can also use your current location to find any nearby featured eateries.With its integrated guide, you can check TV listings to see what restaurants are currently on TV or are coming soon to one of the shows.TVFoodMaps is free but there’s also a premium version with more perks like unlimited daily searches and automatic personalized alerts.Ready to go on your next foodie adventure. Click here or the download buttons below to get TVFoodMaps.
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