June 29, 2006
Hollywood, Florida - DiningGuide Network asked, and readers delivered via on-line poll. Now the votes are tabulated for DiningGuide’s “Best of 2006” choices, leading to roll-out of results on restaurant award winners.
Miami and San Francisco – reflecting DiningGuide’s coast-to-coast North American coverage – are the first two metro areas with results posted at www.DiningGuide.com. DiningGuide soon will release its “Best of 2006” results for winners in its other metropolitan areas.
“Because opinions from our community are important to DiningGuide, we ask readers for the inside scoop. Not only do we care about who rates high, we want to know why,” said Mark Metz, MetroGuide CEO. “As always, DiningGuide invites readers to share specific dining experiences by using our convenient review system.”
Among Miami and San Francisco restaurants ranking in DiningGuide’s “Best of 2006” honor roll? Icons of world-renown such as Miami’s Joe’s Stone Crab and San Francisco’s Top of the Mark, along with insider choices held in esteem such as Ouzo’s Greek Taverna & Bar in Miami and La Taqueria in San Francisco. Award categories include Best American Restaurant, Best Bagel, Best Barbeque, Best Brunch, Best Buffet, Best Delicatessen, Best Ice Cream, Best Pizza, Best Steak, Best Sushi, Best Date Spot, Best Landmark, and more … nearly three dozen in all.
Across the U.S. and beyond, DiningGuide presents value-added information on where to relax over meals at quality establishments from steakhouses to chic ethnic eateries.
For more information, visit MetroGuide.com or contact Nicole Factor at (954) 981-5850.
MetroGuide, located at http://metroguide.com, is among the largest Internet hospitality and local search sites, featuring among its premier sites, AttractionGuide.com, CarRentalGuide.com, DiningGuide.com, EventGuide.com, FareGuide.com, LodgingGuide.com, NightGuide.com, RetailGuide.com and VenueGuide.com.
Incorporated in 1996 and privately held, MetroGuide's network of websites attracts more than two million unique visitors monthly to its quarter-million-plus pages of hospitality-related e-commerce sites.
Having financed its venture entirely through internal sales growth and with no outside capital, MetroGuide today maintains a proprietary database of more than 90,000 restaurants and 61,000 lodging establishments. MetroGuide also stands at the forefront of the battle to combat digital copyright piracy, with multiple court awards.
MetroGuide is a member of the Greater Hollywood (Florida) Chamber of Commerce, the Better Business Bureau (BBB), BBB Online, IATA, the Florida Restaurant Association and the National Restaurant Association. For more information contact Scott Rogers (954) 981-5850.