HappyCow App Makes it Easier to Plan Restaurant Events Catering to Vegetarians and Vegans
Are you in charge of making arrangements for travel and accommodations for people at your business, or do you need to make these bookings yourself? When preparing for the meals you will be having with business colleagues, it’s prudent to find restaurants that can accommodate the vegetarians and vegans in your group. This is a better procedure than just hoping a vegetarian will be happy with a salad and some french fries at the steakhouse you have your eye on.
The HappyCow app is designed to help people plan their meals with vegetarian or vegan options. Based on the online restaurant guide that showcases vegan, vegetarian and vegetarian-friendly eateries, now HappyCow data is available through an app via your mobile device.
HappyCow shows you an interactive map that you can use to quickly find restaurants according to the filters you establish (such as location and whether the restaurant is vegan or vegetarian. You can also use the app to find health food store selling prepackaged, healthy meals and snacks.
When you run across a restaurant that you like, it’s a snap to add it to your list of favorites. Each listed restaurant includes directions so you can navigate there with your mobile device. You’ll also see the phone number and website to get more information about the establishment.
The social component lets you share new restaurant finds with your online friends via Twitter, Facebook, email and text messages. App users can also share photos of food they take in restaurants, along with reviews to help other individuals find advice about where to eat next.
Food is sometimes quite low on the priorities of busy people who are traveling for work. They assume that it will be easy to get reservations at some local eatery, forgetting that some members of their group will need meatless options. The team at Royal Coachman hopes that the HappyCow will help you plan your restaurant outings more easily. Bon appetite!Tags: travel tips, vegetarian travel tips