Ballsily built around a title most accurately followed by "a fraction of the people McDonald's does, unless you include Boyardee", the Nor-Cal-created Chefs Feed is stuffing your iPhone with specific dish recommendations at some of our illustrious city's sweetest eat spots, all made by a bunch of food industry heavyweights...wait, so just Mario Batali and Paul Prudhomme?
How it works: Unless Crocodile Dundee was actually a biopic about you, you already know how to get the app, so do that, then sign in via Fbook/email, choose a city (Seattle?!), and pick a chef to see a list of their fave local dishes (which you can rate, add to an itinerary, or check off once you eat 'em), along with reasons to trust 'em ranging from "World Pesto Champion" to "James Beard Winner" to "Is Not Really A Sheila" (ok, so that one's made up, but can you imagine?!?).
Local Chefs: The Town's initial list of 26 kitchen-minders includes luminaries like Renee Erickson of Boat Street Cafe and The Walrus And The Carpenter fame, who suggests Spinasse's Tajarin al ragù; the super-prolific Tom Douglas, who picks a heavenly broth'd Nam from noodle joint Pho Bac; and Italian expert Ethan Stowell, who says "there's no better way to start a lazy Sunday than
a baker's dozen of Magnolia's cupcakes with all the bomb frosting a croissant from Cafe Besalu.
Other Radness: The app also lets you browse dishes by restaurant, and boasts a Feed Me Now feature that'll geolocate the spots with recommended dishes that're closest to you, 'cause now that the industry's made you a heavyweight, you probably can't travel too far.