If you routinely find yourself staring blankly at the menu before asking the waitress what the deal is with the soup du jour and whether or not she's seen Dumb and Dumber, stop doing that now, because it's just too damn funny, and check out Chefs Feed, a just-dropped-in-the-Hub app that lets you see what dishes the city's top kitchen-minders enjoy when they take their kitchen Crocs off, put their formal Crocs on and hit the town.
How It Works: Sign into the app via FB/email to peruse the list of 26 industry heavyweights (complete w/ trust-building cred, i.e. Michelin stars, awards,
the ability to catch you if you fall backwards, etc.), all of whom have offered their five fave dishes at their five fave eateries. From there, you can sort by restaurant/ food, create a culinary bucket list, snidely disagree with recs as you try/ rate each one, and even report your dining progress to the inquiring masses via Twitter -- #JKnobodycaresyoureeatingduck.
Top Flight Talent: Culinary heavy-hitters include Coppa's Jamie Bissonnette, who digs the carne asada con chilaquiles verde at Le Verdad as the perfect hangover cure; Jody Adams of Rialto, who pimps Sportello's "wonderfully seasoned" tagliatelle Bolognese; and Bondir's Jason Bond, who swears by the Druid's beef stew, but thankfully the stew isn't put off by offensive language.
Bonus Features: Assuming you get hungry on long strolls in the woods, there's also a function dubbed "Feed Me Now" that harnesses the power of satellites to recommended dishes that're closest to you, which is especially helpful if that resto with the table over there serves an ass-kickin' Sea Bass.