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Big-name local chefs: you'll have what they're having

If you've ever wanted to go inside the mind of a chef not voiced by Isaac Hayes, you should immediately download Chefs Feed, an app that chronicles top kitchen-keepers five favorite dishes made at restaurants they don't work at, so you can trust them, including 30 Miamians just added today

With just a few hunger-induced mashes of your phone's screen, you can review the highly detailed choices of Paula DaSilva from 1500°, Yardbird's Jeff McInnis (who digs the fresh grilled fish tacos from Lime Fresh Mexican Grill), Michael Schwartz (he loves NAOE's omakase bento boxes), and Michelle Bernstein, who stands by Hakkasan's dim sum platter, plus the pastrami sando at Pomperdale's ability to incorporate the "perfect amount of fat" (fun fact: also applies to Kevin Smith's more successful plane rides)

You can also set up an eating "itinerary" and track "completed dishes", or lock down the closest chef-praised eats with a GPS'd function called "Feed Me Now", which all but ensures you won't get Shafted with a meal from Miami Subs.