What Kind of Restaurants Do You Want to See in Food Network On the Road?

by in Community, April 11th, 2013

Food Network On the RoadWhen it comes to summer road trips, the only thing more frustrating than unexpected construction detours is finding yourself in an unknown city with no ideas for where to eat. Instead of resorting to drive-through fast food, stop by a local hot spot favorited by Food Network stars with the help of the On the Road app.

Packed with detailed city guides, must-try dish recommendations and cuisine-specific road trip suggestions, this travel-friendly app makes it easy to find chef-approved eateries highlighted on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, The Best Thing I Ever Ate, The Great Food Truck Race and more. Say you’re passing through the Oklahoma countryside. With just a few swipes and taps, you soon could be enjoying saucy barbecue ribs at one of Guy’s Triple D hangouts.

One of the most-prominent features of On the Road is its custom-designed Best-Of lists. Food Network sifted through its vast restaurant listings to create the ultimate go-to guides to comfort food, all-American pie, sandwiches and breakfast classics, so not matter what part of the country you’re in, you’re sure to find top-notch eats and drinks nearby.

Now for the first time, Food Network is giving you, the fans and frequent users of On the Road, the chance to decide what Best-Of list is featured in the app this summer. Do you want to know where to find crave-worthy crispy fried chicken, or are you a lover of all things seafood? Would you prefer to eat at restaurants with farm-fresh menus, or are you looking for eateries that offer live music? Want to know where to find top food trucks or concession stand classics like ice cream and popcorn? Cast your vote below to tell FN Dish what themed list you’d most like to see added.


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