One of the problems I often face is doing business lunches during the day. I’ll want to meet with someone, or just feel like taking a break from the kitchen sometimes, and get overwhelmed with the prospect of eating Paleo at a restaurant. While it’s definitely possible, unless you go in knowing something in advance, it can often turn in to either a bunless burger or just another chef’s salad.
Not that these are bad, but sometimes the goal of going to a restaurant is to treat yourself to something tasty and unusual, and I can get tired of salads and ground beef.
While I’m making no promises, I’ve built location-finding websites in the past, and am interested in building an online tool to help people find places near them that are Paleo-friendly.
In order for that to happen though, I’ll need some restaurants to start the website with, and some certainty that people really want it, are willing to help populate it, and that’s it’s worth the effort.
If you know of some places, or have an existing list, let me know in the comments. If feedback is high-enough, I’ll see what I can do to get the site going.
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