CurEat app launches in GVL, partners with local chefs, restaurant owners

From Feb. 20-26 CurEat will donate $1 to local food bank for app downloads and tagged food photos


No chains. No reviews. Just good food.

That’s the tagline for the new restaurant app CurEat that will be showcased at euphoria food, wine + music festival’s sold out “A Southern Remedy” event on Feb. 23.

The app is designed to help you quickly find the best place to dine and drink based upon your location. Providing curated lists of restaurants from local and national experts, the app allows users to create and share personal selections of restaurants.

CurEaters — prominent chefs, bartenders, artisan craft-makers, and tastemakers — will have a larger platform in the app to show different parts of their business and their city.

from CurEat app’s Instagram

Greenville CurEaters are:

Darlene Clarke, Vault and Vator

Don Richardson, Quest Brewing

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Greg McPhee, Anchorage Restaurant

Joe Clarke, American Grocery Restaurant

Michael Kramer, Jianna, Table 301 Restaurant Group

In celebration of the Greenville launch, during the week of Feb. 20-26, CurEat will donate $1 to Greenville’s Harvest Hope Food Bank for every new user who downloads the app and for every food image posted on social media (with tags @cureatapp and #CurEat). One dollar feeds one child five meals, and CurEat’s goal is to fund 10,000 meals. Find the app in the Apple store.

Download the app at Follow CurEat on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for up-to-date information @CurEatapp.


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