More NewsWhat’s For Dinner? Not A Feed.

What's For Dinner? Not A Feed.

SpecialsByZip.com just launched an e-mail subscription service for New Yorkers

SpecialsByZip.com just launched an e-mail subscription service for New Yorkers. They’ll send you a daily e-mail listing the daily specials at local restaurants.

Seems a no-brainer for a city with an estimated 60 percent of meals are eaten out-of-home every day — the highest dining-out rate in the country.

But e-mail only? No RSS? C’mon guys, if it’s about food — feed us!

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