With a directory of more than 600,000 restaurant listings and the ability to contour search results by details–including geographical area, cuisine, and whether the restaurant accepts online orders and online reservations–I Must Eat (www.IMustEat.com) offers something for everyone looking to discover new meal experiences, while simplifying the search and order process.

Gone are the days of scouring the Internet during a lunch break or of late night cravings for a local restaurant that offers delivery or takeout of a favorite cuisine. Frustration associated with the fragmentation of online food ordering and dining information has ended with the launch of I Must Eat, a comprehensive online dining guide.

Before I Must Eat, there was excessive fragmentation, with countless number of small dining guides and online ordering services on the Web. Leaders in the restaurant online ordering and online reservations industry recognized this problem and collaborated to develop I Must Eat, a one-stop restaurant information Web site that offers everything a prospective diner needs. And it’s nationwide.

Use of the service is free of charge, and visitors can become official I Must Eaters–receiving access to e-mail notifications from favorite restaurants, coupon announcements, and the ability to save favorite searches, restaurants, addresses, and cuisines–making future visits to the site even more convenient and personalized.

I Must Eat also has a mobile version, so whether a user is at home or at work, on a business trip or visiting a friend, the necessary dining information is just one click away. Also, in early 2009, I Must Eat will be launching Telephone Assist, through which users can call to find more information about local restaurants, order food or make a reservation. This service is ideal for people who are traveling or who simply want to use the phone to access information and order.

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