Making a big decision can be tough, unless your grandmother's loaded, in which case, dude, she totally doesn't want you to keep her on life support. Simplifying your biggest daily decision -- what to eat -- is Chewsy.
Recently freed from private beta, Chewsy's a mobile app from four hungry Microsoft vets who wanted an easier way to pinpoint the best local chicken wings, and therefore eschews meandering restaurant reviews in favor of crowd-sourced rankings of specific menu items at nearby spots, finally providing ideas on eating out you won't have to clear from your browser history. Things get rolling with the browseable menu guide, which highlights establishments nearest you, ranks dishes via a one-to-five-spoon scale, and provides brief user musings; you can also map the top 25 eats within a radius of up to 10 miles, but not 8 Mile, because nobody wants to eat thrown-up spaghetti. You can also search for specific restos regardless of locale, or easily post your own spoon rating to Facebook/Twitter along with auto-generated goofy remarks, e.g., "In honor of Ben Franklin, I tied a string to the Carne Asada at Mama's Mexican Kitchen and threw it out the window", which if true, would suggest someone got as high as a kite.
Thanks to their lengthy private beta, there's already a substantial stock of Chi reviews, and as soon as this month users'll be able to upload their own photos -- spot the guy who's constantly uploading shots from Alinea, and you know who's eating with a Ke-fork-ian.