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  • From the bay to the pacific ocean, it’s time for our first San Francisco Bay Area double header. We’re hosting not one but two incredible eatups over the next two weekends! First up is Oakland’s Eat Real Fest on Saturday afternoon, September 22nd. Join us the following weekend, on Friday night, September 28th at Split Bread inside San Francisco’s Metreon shopping center.

    Foodspotting + Eat Real Fest: Photo Contest

    Oakland’s annual Eat Real Fest is their homage to eating, making and growing good food — and we’re having an eatup! Join us at 1:00 pm on Saturday, September 22nd next to the giant telescope on the boardwalk and Scott's Restaurant. From there, we’ll enjoy one of the numerous street food vendors, quench our thirst with locally made beverages or maybe even learn something at the food skills demos. As an added Eatup Bonus: we’ll have free Foodspotting t-shirts on hand! RSVP on Facebook to let us know you're coming.

    During the eatup we’ll also be spotting things for the Eat Real Fest 2012 photo contest! Even if you can’t make the eatup, anyone can enter — just spot something at the Eat Real Fest 2012 and you could win delicious prizes. On the following Tuesday, we'll select one grand prize winner based on photo quality and number of "Great Shots!" from friends (so be sure to share on Facebook and Twitter!) to receive an Eat Real Fest Gift Bag. We'll also select winners from each of the following categories to receive Eat Real and Foodspotting tshirts: 1. Most Hunger-Inducing; 2. Most Unusual; 3. Most OaklanDish.

    Foodspotting + Split Bread: Free Grub!

    From the founders of Mixt Greens, Split Bread wants to give you an unbeatable sandwich or rotisserie dinner, thanks to their newly launched dinner service. Before you head home from the office on Friday, September 28th, swing by their convenient location (4th and Mission St.) between 6:00 - 8:00 pm for a bite to eat. If you're a Foodspotter, order off their new dinner menu via their nifty QR codes and your meal is on the house. Pair the eatup with a movie at the nearby Metreon? Sounds like the perfect Friday night out! Does that sound too good to resist? RSVP on Facebook and to let us know you'll be there!

    Photos: Spicy Mac n Cheese from Eat Real Festival by Verlisia and Split Roasted Leg of Lamb Sando from Split Bread by Pixelboy

    Posted by April in Eatups on September 14, 2012
  • Sacramento and Sydney-dwellers, two notable Foodspotting eatups are happening in your cities this week!

    Northern Californians in the Sacramento-area, join Munchie Musings at Red Rabbit on Wednesday, August 29, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM for librations and yummy treats. RSVP on the Eventbrite page to let them know you’re coming.

    Our Foodspotters down under are having an anniversary eatup to celebrate their very first get-together. Hooray! Join your fellow eaters for Indonesian at Pondok on Sunday, August 31st 7:00 pm. If you can’t turn down the opportunity to drink Es Campur and nom Terong Balado, RSVP on the Facebook Event page.

    Sad these eatups aren’t happening nearby? Have an eatup in your town! Learn how to host an eatup.

    Pondok’s Es Campur was spotted by The Very Hungry Katerpilla while Red Rabbit’s Loco Moco was spotted by Rodney.

    Posted by April in Eatups on August 27, 2012
  • Roll up your sleeves and get ready for a dip, Philadelphia. Foodspotting Philly is gathering Tuesday, August 20th to enjoy a special $35 three-course tasting menu at The Melting Pot - City Center. It’s just $10 to hold your spot, so RSVP and register for a seat on Eventbrite.

    If you’re not in Philadelphia, get in on the action in your own town by entering The Melting Pot’s The Fondue Effect giveaway. You could win a $100 Melting Pot gift card — read Spot to Win: Dip into the Melting Pot for more details on how to enter.

    Photo: Traditional Swiss Cheese Fondue at The Melting Pot by Jason Fondue

    Posted by April in Eatups on August 20, 2012
  • Editor's Note: There is nothing quite like a refreshing cold beer in the summer, are we right? That's why today's spotlight sends us to DC where Lisa Mathias, our DC Ambassador, hosted a Foodspotting Eatup and Drinkup at the sold-out Drink the District event. Take a look at her recap below.

    It was a scorching-hot July weekend, but crowds of DC, Maryland and Virginia residents gathered in the Mt. Vernon Square neighborhood on July 28th for Drink the District, a first-time event held by the folks who hold Taste of DC. Drink the District gave local Foodspotters a discount to take advantage of the 40 breweries on hand for a casual "drinkup." Attendees were given their own small beer mug to use for unlimited tastings of beers, like Dogfish Head, based out of nearby Delaware, as well as Belgian ale makers Brewery Ommegang.

    Several foodtrucks were also at Drink the District to provide more solid sustenance to go along with the flowing beer. Trucks like Carnivore BBQ and DC Slices were slinging barbecue and pizza, José Andres' Pepe served Spanish sandwiches, and Sinplicity and Goodie's DC handled desserts with artisanal ice cream and custard to help cool off in the heat.

    Drink the District also had the block party vibe going on, including local bands and games like corn hole and flip cup. The Nats Truck was even on hand to dole out prizes. Seeing how fun this first year of Drink the District was, we're already looking forward to doing another "drinkup" next year!

    Photos: Turtle Pecan Escape from Goodie's DC and Woodchuck Pear Cider by Lisa Mathias

  • Our team is a big fan of the great food scene in Canada. The Toronto Underground Market (TUM) is a prime example. The monthly social food market, located at the historic Evergreen Brickworks, is the first of its kind in Canada. TUM is a community market—not a farmer's market, and not quite a food festival — but something unique to feature budding food entrepreneurs, chefs and beverage folks. A recent CBC News reporter captured it best: “The beer is flowing, the barbeques are going, everything smells so good I can almost taste it. 2,200 tickets sold out in just 4 hours.”

    Curious? Tickets for the August market, taking place on Saturday, August 25 at 6-11 pm, go on sale starting NOW! They sell out like hotcakes, so go get em in the next few hours.

    The best part: We're teaming up with TUM to give away Foodspotting t-shirts at the next three events. Follow TUM on Twitter to find out how to win.

    Photos: The crowd by TUM, Scotch Egg by Chops

    • over 5 years ago.
      That is sooo cool! Awesome that Foodspotting is back in the Toronto scene!
    • over 5 years ago.
      Love the TUM. We always give it props.
    • over 5 years ago.
      The tickets are sold out :( Does anyone know if there is some way to get tickets anyway? I really really wanted to go!
    • 5 months ago.
  • Editor's Note: Today's Eatup spotlight lands on sunny Sacramento. Not only does the city boast some amazing foods, it also has long been a super well-foodspotted area, thanks to the great community we have there. Special credit goes to Foodspotters Best Friends For Frosting and Ms Munchie for both hosting our July Eatups in Sac-town and collaborating on today's post. Look out for the next Sacramento Eatup, scheduled for August 29 at Red Rabbit.

    Best Friends For Frosting x Foodspotting Summer Eat Up at GOOD: street food + design market.

    July kicked off with the first ever Foodspotting Summer Eat Up at GOOD: street food + design market. The event drew a crowd of Sacramento food enthusiasts chowing down on delicious dishes from local food trucks, while surrounded by great design from the market vendors. Sacramento based online magazine Best Friends For Frosting hosted this one-of-a-kind Eatup. Watch the amazing wrap up video to see more.

    Soon after, Foodspotter Catherine Enfield of Munchie Musings, hosted yet another Foodspotting Eatup at The Eatery in West Sacramento. The lucky Foodspotters who attended had no idea they were about to be treated so well! Chef Jess Milbourn had decided to test new menu items and served five well received dishes, including Peanut Butter Habanero Wings, a Slow Smoked BBQ Pork Shoulder, and a Harissa Bacon Caramel Corn.

    Even with those five dishes some chose to also enjoy the Happy Hour menu that was extended for the group. The most popular choice was the Chicago Dogs, small housemade chicken sausage with red wine ketchup, pineapple BBQ sauce, and peach mustard. The Eatery is also well known for the Disco Fries Ryan - fries with bacon, melted cheddar, chicken gravy and fried eggs.

    Many of the attendees were already fans and regulars to The Eatery. They knew of the Secret Menu items that the Chef had created for them in the past. One item is the Dessert Burger made with flourless chocolate cake buns, peanut butter pudding burger, sliced strawberries as garnish, and a side of bread pudding fries with strawberry ketchup.

    The most fun came when we invented a new dessert item. Taking a cue from the Disco Fries Ryan, we conceptually created Dessert Disco Fries. Next thing we knew, they magically appeared after Chef Jess added chopped strawberries, chocolate chips, caramel sauce, and ice cream to the bread pudding fries. Huge thanks to the generosity of Chef Jess and The Eatery crew.

    Video created by Unseen Heroes. The Eatery's Harissa Bacon Caramel Corn spotted by Catherine/Ms Munchie and Dessert Burger spotted by Rodney/BurgerJunkie.

    Posted by Fiona Tang in Eatups on July 17, 2012
    • almost 6 years ago.
      delicous, great....I want popcorn...chep chep
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    • over 5 years ago.
  • Editor's Note: Some foods transport you back in time while others remind you of a place. Tastykake does both. To celebrate these nostalgia-inducing treats from Philly, we teamed up with Visit Philly to highlight Tastykake-inspired dishes in the City of Brotherly Love. Thanks to Foodspotting ambassadors Brian Lim and Alexis Siemons for leading the eatup and collaborating on today's post!

    Last week, Visit Philly and Foodspotting co-hosted an eatup featuring one of Philaldephia's most iconic brands, Tastykake. We began our excursion at Franklin Square’s SquareBurger where attendees indulged in Cake Shakes, a milkshake created with vanilla ice cream blended with Tastykake Butterscotch Krimpets.

    Next we stopped by Chef Eric Ripert’s 10 Arts, just south of City Hall. To make their Tastykake ice cream, Chef de Cuisine Nathan Volz explained that they steep Tastykake Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes in heavy cream overnight to infuse the flavor before mixing with dark chocolate.

    We wrapped up our dessert crawl at Square Peg where Chef Matt Levin introduced us to Tastykake Apple Pie Milkshakes. Combining Tastykake Apple Pie, Jim Beam, White Tail Caramel Whiskey, apple vodka and cinnamon, this boozy dish is a great example of how even childhood favorites can become grown up treats.

    Posted by Amy Cao in Eatups on May 08, 2012
    • almost 6 years ago.
      I love chocolate creamies and I have try to find them everywhere. I live in TX and I find tasykakes in some Wal-Mart stores. But not CREAMIES!!!!!! I have gone online they are not listed I have called tastykake and was told they were no longer being made but they were listed in products for a time and they told me I can't buy them myself. So what am I supposed to do? Help! BTW I grew up in NJ so I love tastykakes!
    • 5 months ago.
  • In case you were hibernating all winter like we were (I don't do that well in the cold), it's time to get out and meet new friends at a Foodspotting eatup near you!

    New to eatups? Eatups are hosted every week by foodspotters in cities around the world. Sometimes they're happy hours; sometimes it's a food truck crawl. More often it's a lunch or dinner organized by a Foodspotting user at his or her favorite local restaurant. Eatup hosts work with restaurant staff and chefs to come up with a set menu at a fixed group price or go a la carte. Often restaurants will offer a food or drink special so you can try their signature or seasonal offerings. Everyone has a blast, you get to sample new dishes and meet nice people. Sounds awesome, right? Check out our pro tips to join or host an eatup in your city.

    Eatups coming up next week...

    South Philly Taco Crawl Sunday April 22, 5pm

    Sydney April Foodspotting Eatup Tuesday April 24, 7:30pm

    LA April Foodspotting Eatup Tuesday April 24, 7:30pm

    Seattle April Eatup at The Saint Wed April 25, 5pm

    Orlando April Foodspotting Eatup Thurs April 26, 7:30pm

    JUST ADDED NYC Great Chicken Wing Hunt Eatup Saturday April 28, 6pm

    St. Louis Foodspotting Brunch Sunday April 29, 11am

    Don't see your city on the list? Pick a restaurant, create an invitation and start telling friends, friends of friends and fellow food lovers. Share your invite with us too so we can help get the word out. Happy Foodspotting!

    Photo by Randy F. at the Silicon Valley Foodspotting Eatup in early April.

    Posted by Amy Cao in Eatups on April 19, 2012
    • about 6 years ago.
      We need an Eatup in London!!!
    • about 6 years ago.
      I'm in PAKISTAN,I wanna eat up this dish.
    • almost 7 years ago.
      It really looks good. I hope I can have a bite on that pizza. It looks like the pizzas at
    • almost 6 years ago.
      Attention Singpore Foodspotters.. please join the newly created Facebook group here An excuse the short notice! Singapore eat up this weekend!!