The DiningGuide Today service gives food marketers and foodies a list of upcoming food holidays.
Sunrise, FL, July 30, 2015 –(PR.com)– Is today “National Ice Cream Day” or “National Junk Food Day,” or something else entirely? Foodies need to guess no more. The DiningGuide(sm) service has expanded its coverage to include food holiday listings. The service is named DiningGuide Today and the food holidays are presented in an easy-to-use list format showing the upcoming special days so marketers and chefs can organize their calendars and plan ahead.
Food holidays are extremely popular in places such as social media. Based on the food of the day, large volumes of tweets and postings go out with hashtags for that day, such as #SugarCookieDay or #HotDogDay. The DiningGuide website shows the popular Twitter hashtags in addition to a link to additional information on EventGuide.
“Based on the kinds of searches we were seeing, we decided to add this feature to DiningGuide,” commented MetroGuide CEO Mark Metz. “The data shown is a subset of the longstanding EventGuide event listing service, presenting just those events related to dining and food,” added Metz, who loves the food holiday concept for his own family’s enjoyment. “Who doesn’t want a heads-up that National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day is just around the corner?”
The DiningGuide Today service can be reached at the URL http://diningguidetoday.com.
First appearing in digital form in 1993 on TouchGuide(R) kiosks, DiningGuide publishes dining and restaurant information for cities around the world. Readers can find restaurant contact information, events, menus, links to online reservation services, photos and food holidays.
Incorporated in Florida in 1996, MetroGuide.com, Inc., combines “local+social” with both the “MetroGuide.Network(R)” of city sites, which includes DiningGuide, and the “MetroGuide.Community” social network. The company’s philosophy is that readers should be able to find authoritative local information resources without the publisher abusing the readers’ trust. First appearing on the web in 1995, MetroGuide enjoys the status of being one of the world’s first electronic city guides.