Posts Tagged ‘citysearch guides’

  1. Cinco De Mayo: Our Favorite Mexican Dishes and Margaritas from Coast to Coast

    May 2, 2013 by Sid E. Serch

    Cinco de Mayo, a celebration of Mexican freedom and democracy, appropriated by some into a celebration of delicious margaritas and guacamole, happens to fall on a Sunday this year, which means you have the whole day to observe the holiday. Because we care about you and want you to be happy, we’ve had our scouts from coast to coast compile their favorite Mexican eateries and margaritas, from cheapies to cadillacs,  so you can have the best day ever. Click on your city to see where you should be come May 5th.  Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles,

    New York, San Francisco, Seattle. Visit www.citysearch.com/guides for more guides from our awesome scouts!

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  2. Guides, Guides, Guides!

    January 29, 2013 by Sid E. Serch

    We’ve been shaking it up like a dry martini over here at Citysearch and we think it’s high time we filled you in on one of our most exciting new developments. Our Guides page can now be categorized by city so you explore adventures in your area code any time! Whether you’re looking for a dose of romance,  new watering holes to head to after filing your taxes or your town’s best tapas- we bet we have what you’re looking for. Don’t

    believe us? Check it out for yourself. RIGHT HERE

     

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  3. Get Hip to Citysearch Guides

    September 26, 2012 by Sid E. Serch

    Introducing Citysearch Guides! It’s a brand spankin’ new product that empowers our team of expert scouts, consisting of everyone from Top Chefs to the Mayor of Portland to well respected food writers and photographers to create stunning, photocentric lists of well, just about anything they want. They’re sort of like treasure maps, navigating you to spoils hiding around your city and across the country. Want to discover the most scenic waterfall hikes in Southern California or go to every bar in Philadelphia serving beers for under a dollar? Well there’s a guide for that.  There could also be a guide chronicling every place George Washington has ever rested his head or the gems that you most have to visit on a road trip of the deep South. We know what you’re thinking. That sounds AWESOME! That is everything I’ve ever wanted, and I might be in love with guides. Well good, we’re taken with them as well.  Now quit lollygagging and check out some of the guides our scouts have made recently and then start thinking of ideas for your own awesome lists, since

    we’ll soon be debuting the option for the public to create guides of their own.