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MenuPages Blogs Rebrand as Grub Street in Five Cities

Adam Kuban 3 comments

New York magazine's Grub Street, heretofore a NYC-based food- and restaurant blog, has expanded to five cities: Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. It's less an expansion than a rebranding—New York Magazine Holdings LLC bought MenuPages last year, along with the various city-based blogs that MenuPages published. Grubstreet.com promises to be a homepage for news produced among all those city sites. Refresher course: The Wall Street Journal covered the launch here last week.... More

MenuPages Brooklyn, Now Online

New York Erin Zimmer Post a comment

You can now find 2,400-plus menus for Brooklyn eateries on MenuPages.com. As per usual MenuPages protocol, you can search by neighborhood, price range, cuisine type, or specific dish.... More

New York Magazine Buys Menupages

New York Emily Koh 4 comments

New York Magazine has bought Menupages, the invaluable menu archive and review site (oh-so handy for delivery) for eight major cities (New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and South Florida). New York Magazine has already... More

MenuPages Launches Food Blogs

Adam Kuban Post a comment

Menu reference site MenuPages has launched a network of food blogs to go along with the more utilitarian fare there. Cities covered so far are Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and San Francisco. Pretty entertaining reads. Cheesesteak mention from Philly? Check. Burrito mention from the City by the Bay? Check. Boston and Chicago, however, are remiss in their iconic food references. All in good time, I'm sure.... More

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