Holiday Travel Stress Reliever: Food Network’s On the Road

by in Holidays, November 19th, 2012

Food Network's On The Road AppWhen your whole family is gathered around a juicy turkey, mounds of mashed potatoes and slice after slice of pie, it’s easy to be thankful for the holiday. But when you have to actually get to that moment and brave the busiest travel day of the year, feeling grateful is a little harder. Relieve some of that stress by taking along Food Network’s On the Road app, a perfect traveling companion for Thanksgiving weekend.

On the Road helps turn a long stretch of highway into an eating adventure by finding Food Network-recommended restaurants nearby. If your kids are hollering for a bathroom break, why not use it as an excuse to stop off somewhere featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives? If you’re visiting family in a new town, check out the city guides to get acquainted. Or if you just want to make all the traffic melt away and dream of the weekend of great eating to come, our guides to America’s greatest pies and the best football stadium food can help you do just that.

Download On the Road today!

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Comments (2)

  1. @LissaKay says:

    No app for Android???

  2. Trevor W. Schadt says:

    Dear Food Network,

    Somewhere in the neighborhood of 3/4 of all mobile devices — I don't have the latest exact statistics at my fingertips — are running Android, despite what Apple would have you believe. Please include this large share of your demographic by creating an Android version of this application, which I believe a large percentage of your Android-using audience, myself included, would happily pay for and use.

    Thanks.

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