Voice Places is Now More Powerful Than Ever. You Want to Go There.

Categories: Food News

By now our lovely regular readers are familiar with Voice Places, the listings engine behind all of the Dallas Observer's restaurant reviews and calendar picks. This week, that engine got a lot more powerful, with a new design that brings even more content to the fore.

Take a look. You'll find more pictures, more stories, more user reviews (hey, that's you) and even integration with tips from Foursquare. If you're already a commenter on City of Ate, you can start leaving reviews immediately. Otherwise it sounds like you've got some good excuses to sign up.

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My Voice Nation Help

you picked the worst picture (stock I assume) in the world for this story; the plate looks dry, small and underwhelming........plain noodles, dry looking crab claws and that blight smattering of greens looks TERRIBLE; then you add the garnish on top, that sh+t looks like the stuff that grows between the fence and the alleyway, that even in summer won't die. I tried to cut that shite down with a weed wacker last week, and it kept on breaking the 1/8 line, the line that can either be used to sever tree limbs or catch a whale shark. 


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