Dinevore: Social Networking Meets Restaurant Ranking

Dinevore: Social Networking Meets Restaurant Ranking
technology

A new site ranks eating establishments based on reviews by critics and customers.

Naresh Kumar
  • 25 august 2010

Dinevore is a new ranking and recommendation site for restaurants with added social networking features. The website has reviews for each restaurant from top critics and also allows users to build a profile, create recommendation maps and add to a restaurant’s page if they have eaten there or plan to. While Dinevore has not explained its ranking process for restaurants on its site, Eater feels that the ‘Dinescore’ may be based on a percentage of positive or negative reviews and whether users “agree” or “disagree” with the reviews left by critics.

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