Eating and drinking... and smoking
What it does: Finds weed near you
Seattle-based Leafly is the world's largest marijuana website and, just like the website, the app boasts exhaustive info on the effects, flavors, etc. of various strains, as well as an elegant map interface showing you where to find 'em nearby.
What it does: Helps you locate food trucks
What started as a labor of love for mobile eats has grown into one of Seattle's most crucial resources, with schedules, event listings, food photos, and more.
What it does: Has Twitter tell you where to eat
Launched in Seattle last month, this London-based app mines Twitter for up-to-date opinions about local restaurants and uses a simple visual interface to let you know if you should eat there. Green means good, and the larger the bubble around a place, the better the buzz.
What it does: You already know!
You don't need us to tell you that Thrillist is the place for everything from comprehensive lists of the city's hottest restaurants, to musings on The Town's best dive bars, or donuts, because you’re smart. So we'll just leave this here for you to tell your friend about.