Food+Tech Connect is dedicated to building community for the growing food and tech sector- both online and off. I am thrilled to be working with Emily Cavalier of Mouth of The Border and Brian Quinn and Jonny Cigar of Noble Rot to bring the community together on next Tuesday, February 8, for an evening of great apps, food, and networking.
We have an all-star group of representatives joining us fromfood apps including Gourmet Live, Foodspotting, Food Network’s In The Kitchen, Snooth, Dinevore, and Gojee. More apps will be announced in the coming days!
Tip: Michael Ruhlman’s new Bread Baking Basics app was just released in the iTunes store. Will Turnage, developer extraordinaire behind the new app and Ratio, will be joining us!
To order tickets visit: http://eatsandapps-estw.eventbrite.com/
Hope to see you next Tuesday evening!
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8th
7pm to 9pm
Come join us for a mobile food app showcase featuring reps and founders of 10 innovative food and beverage apps.
Attendees will hear/learn more about the apps and interact with their teams in a social setting. This dinner will bring together those at the forefront of social food tech and food app enthusiasts for an evening of great food, drinks, and networking.
Our venue, 4Food, will serve as the backdrop for the gathering. 4Food generated accolades around its opening in September for its forward-thinking food model and interactive ordering system that lets diners create over 140 million combinations of burgers & fillings, save them for future ordering and then share their creation with their friends and networks via social media.
Ticket price includes:
Tickets are $20 in Advance.
Danielle Gould: Danielle Gould is the founder of Food+Tech Connect, a startup that connects innovators in the growing food and information technology movement. Say hello to her at @dhgisme.
> Emily Cavalier: Emily Cavalier is the founder of Mouth of the Border, an online community for lovers of ethnic food and culture in New York City. She also consults on social media/event projects with food/food media brands and works as a project manager developing and executing integrated business development campaigns in the corporate event industry. Connect with Emily at @EmilysPearl.
>Brian Quinn and Jonny Cigar of The Noble Rot, a traveling wine saloon: Dubbed “a new form of clandestine drinking” by Tasting Table New York, Noble Rot events re-envision the typical, conceptual wine tasting as a more social, informal experience in which guests are encouraged to interact with the wine, wine experts, and each other in an intimate setting. Follow the Noble Rot crew at @NobleRotNYC.
About the Venue, 4Food: (From http://4food.com) “We bring fast food that’s fresh, delicious, and nutritious to all ages, lifestyles, incomes, and ethnicities. No fads, fillers, or anything artificial. We’re revolutionizing counter culture, in real-time.
Our restaurants are designed to function as community hubs, as they satisfy local appetites in healthy, customizable ways.
Revolutionizing counter culture means: