Dine at a Discount, And Save as You Shop. Blackboard Eats, a Web site started by food writers and other professionals offering subscribers discounts at restaurants in NY, LA, and SF.
BlackboardEats, a newsletter launched by former Yahoo! Food editor Maggie Nemser, is putting the quality of the discounts over the quantity. Not too shabby.
BlackboardEats gives foodies discounts at high-end L.A. restaurants. This high-end respite from downtown's industrial malaise was offering a unique special through a new Web-based service.
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BlackboardEats.com, a new foodie e-letter, provides twice-weekly emails that feature short reviews of different LA restaurants, plus a discount of 30% or more (or complimentary something) on your next meal there.
Save 30% on dining out in LA, NYC with BlackboardEats.com. Check out BlackboardEats.com, a new player in gastronomic circles that will help you dine out in the manner to which you were accustomed.
BlackboardEats (BBE) offers discounts and specials at restaurants selected by their staff of food writers and editors, people who know their cities and the best places to eat and drink in them.
Back to the Blackboard. BlackboardEats has popped up as a niche site for discriminating consumers of culture and dare I say… ‘foodies’ who want an impeccable meal along with a good deal.
Blackboard Eats. Sure, knowledge is power, but wouldn't it be even more powerful if it came with some free stuff?? Well now it does, fool, with BlackboardEats.
New Gravy Train: With the help of writers from Gourmet, Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and Epicurious.com, Maggie Nemser is introducing the New York edition of BlackboardEats.com.
According to Real Simple, BlackboardEats is the best restaurant website and app for "Foodies focused on the next big thing."