Eat Italy

Eat Italy

By Elizabeth Helman

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2015-05-11
  • Current Version: 2.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 26.27 MB
  • Developer: Elizabeth Helman
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 48 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Eat Italy App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
From 48 Reviews
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Eat Italy App Description

****The Foodies Guide to Italy**** Version 2.0 This new version of the best-selling Eat Italy has a completely redesigned interface that gives you the information you need on a clear and beautifully designed platform. It offers improved mapping, navigation, search and filtering, sharing and offline downloads. Download this latest version of the app to get access to the most up to date information of delicious places to explore in Italy. “Savvy advice for the traveler to Italy” USA Today “It was a kind of experience you just don’t get if you’re wandering around by yourself,” The New York Times “Expert advice on how to eat and shop in Rome” The Wall Street Journal “My favorite expert on all things edible in Italy is Elizabeth Minchilli” Huffington Post Travel Italy is one of the great tourist destinations in the world. Renaissance palaces, Rome’s Colosseum and Michelangelo’s David draw millions of visitors a year . But tourism has its price, and finding authentic restaurants, bakeries and gelaterie is a challenge. With Elizabeth Minchili’s EAT ITALY in your pocket you’ll be sure that every morsel of food you put in your mouth while you’re in ITALY is the best. HOW THIS APP CAN HELP YOU: EXPERT FOOD ADVICE: Minchilli has been reporting on the food scene in Italy for magazines and newspapers for years, and is the go-to source for insiders. MORE than just restaurants, you’ll find bakeries, wine bars, food stores, hotels and more. MORE lively and opinionated content. Minchilli lets you know the score, telling you what you’ll expect and what to look for. DELICIOUS picks in ROME, VENICE, FLORENCE, MILAN and more cities and regions. UPDATES: Minchilli is always working on this app! Both the content and the software are always kept up to date. New restaurants and new cities and regions are always being added. PRAISE FOR MINCHILLI AND HER EAT APPS: Travel & Leisure: “Top Italian Food Guide App” Huffington Post: “The go-to food app to help me eat better.” Los Angeles Times: “Thank goodness for Elizabeth Minchilli’s apps.” The New York Times: “A local expert who brings the hungry to hidden culinary landscapes.” Frank Bruni, New York Times: “Trust me, no one knows food in Rome like Elizabeth does.” WHAT CAN I DO WITH THIS APP? Avoid tourist traps and go straight to the best Browse through hundreds of carefully selected entries. One click website links go directly to the source Share reviews and photos Highlight favorites See what’s near you and navigate your way to your next meal Access offline content anytime, anywhere. View 1000’s of mouthwatering photographs. EAT ITALY is a free app. Rome, Venice and Florence are available as in-app purchases. The remaining and ever-expanding cities and regions are completely free of charge. ***About the Author*** Elizabeth Minchilli has been eating her way through Italy her entire life. She is the author of nine books on Italian living, including Eating Rome: Living the Good Life in the Eternal City and her most recent Eating My Way Through Italy. Her app, EAT ITALY, has remained a best-seller on iTunes since it was first published in 2010. She has contributed to over forty magazines and newspapers including Bon Appetit, Food & Wine and The International Herald Tribune. She writes about all the good and delicious stuff on her blog, Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome. You can follow her on Instagram eminchilli.

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App Reviews

  • DON’T BUY

    1
    By wdh528
    This is one of the worst apps I have purchased. It doesn’t do anything other than give you a list you can get anywhere for free.
  • Love it! Looking forward to using it next month in Rome!

    5
    By Nonna#4
    I read everything I can about Italy and food and am so glad to have the app where all Elizabeth’s experience is condensed in an app format to take with me. On a visit 7 years ago, I had clippings and ripped pages from books to consult but her updated app is so accessible and personal. Great companion to her new book which I have also downloaded to my iPad.
  • Updated version faulty

    2
    By Las131984
    I downloaded this app before the update for my upcoming trip to Italy. Purchased 3 of the guides and seemed to work fine. Since the update the app is very slow to load and I can’t seem to download the guides for offline viewing. Great potential for an awesome guide but needs to probably be updated again
  • Very useful

    5
    By Collazzone
    Easy to use. It will take you to wonderful places the other guides miss.
  • Waste of money

    1
    By MadderThanHell
    I installed this app and purchased the city guides for Venice, Florence, and Rome prior to our trip to Italy. I then downloaded the off-line data. Prior to departing for our trip, I clicked on the update for off-line info for each of the 3 cities I had purchased: 1 installed correctly; but the other 2 started to update, but would never complete downloading. When I got to Italy and tried to use the app for the off-line data for the cities I had purchased, all I ever got was a blank screen. A total waste of money.
  • Not worth paying for

    2
    By Foodie fail
    It seemed that I couldn’t get the full features of the app without paying, but once I did, nothing in the app changed. I could never search by location and I could never download it for offline use, although it kept telling me it was downloading. For two weeks.
  • Not impressed

    2
    By Grejam
    This was recommended by a travel book. I tried it for several cities. It listed a lot of things that weren't restaurants. I didn't really see much use for it. The one restaurant I tried to get into it had the hours wrong we kept showing up in the waiters were looking upset at us for trying to get in when the app said they should be open. Never used any other recommendations but did find lots of wonderful food in Italy anyway.
  • Virtually useless

    1
    By PDX_Ben
    This app was a waste of money for me on my recent trip to Rome. On the technical side, I purchased the Rome package. It would load on my iPad 2 Air, but not on my iPhone SE. I didn't want to be lugging an iPad around with me, so its use was limited to where the iPad was; i.e. In the hotel room and lobby. Eighty percent of the app's potential functionality was lost right off the bat. At first I was disappointed, but after reading on my iPad how superficial and general the information provided by the app was, my disappointment at its lack of functionality magically evaporated, replaced by a vague feeling of, once again, being had by an app's author whose product substantially undershoots its implied content. My advice: don't bother with this; at least the Rome package.
  • Get ready to enhance your trip leaps and bounds!

    5
    By LGBig
    Don't plan your trip to Italy without this APP or her book Eating Rome. Take the time to explore, read, take notes, and then map out your trip. Foodies, it's worth every minute spent. You can't (she doesn't!!!) go wrong.
  • Nearby Function Needs Improvement

    2
    By light on the water
    Eat Italy is an umbrella app that allows you to access all of the author’s individual guides (Rome, Venice, etc.) in one place on your phone. The app gives a list of restaurants, markets, hotels, and other locations of interest to the tourist, culled from the author's blog. We ate at many of the restaurants listed in the Rome guide and some in Florence. The restaurants that we were able to eat at were fine, although there seemed to be a bias to lighter fare. A couple of the places were closed for renovation during the time we visited. The biggest issue with the app is trying to find recommendations that are close when you are out sightseeing. The "Nearby" function does not work very well. There is a map showing the location of all restaurants, but it using it to find a place required switching back and forth between Google Maps and the app to really understand where you wanted to be going. On the whole, especially given how the cost of each city guide mounts up if you are traveling to multiple destinations, I did not find this more useful than checking the reviews in Google Maps and perhaps saving addresses to check out from various blogs, including the author's. There are so many free resources that are good and accessible on your smartphone that I can't recommend spending the money on this one.

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