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MenuPages Is the Ultimate Restaurant Guide to Dining in Queens; Adding More Than 3,000 Menus
MenuPages and Seamless Make It Easy to Explore the Culinary Landscape of New York's Most Diverse Borough

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- MenuPages, the most comprehensive mobile and web provider of up-to-date restaurant menu content, today announced its availability for restaurants in Queens, the second-most populous borough in New York City. The expansion to Queens comes by popular demand: nearly one million New Yorkers already take advantage of MenuPages' listings for restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn every month, and fans of the service have requested that the same accurate menu content and user reviews be available in Queens.

Queens' legendary food scene goes far beyond the borough's storied Greek diners. From M Wells Dinette's creative, audacious food and the pre-eminent Greek seafood at Taverna Kyclades to delicious Sichuan at Spicy & Tasty and incredible Thai at Sripraphai, MenuPages users can find something to suit the most sophisticated palate or adventurous eater. Of the more than 3,000 menus listed available in Queens on MenuPages, the most popular cuisines include Sandwiches/Deli's, Chinese, Pizza, Italian and Latin American.

"We're thrilled to announce the addition of thousands of Queens restaurant menus to the more than 40,000 menus that are frequently updated and available to MenuPages customers," said Jonathan Zabusky, Seamless CEO. "Queens has emerged into an amazing culinary melting pot with a broad array of cuisines and great local independent restaurants. Whether you're looking to dine out or order food for delivery or takeout, Seamless and MenuPages make it easy to explore the neighborhoods and discover new restaurants."

Users will be able to immediately access menus for more than 3,000 restaurants in Queens, as well as order delivery and takeout from the more than 400 restaurant partners at MenuPages' parent company, Seamless. Numerous sorting and searching options, including the ability to filter by cuisine, neighborhood, price and dish, enable users to explore new restaurants and become reacquainted with old favorites. Fans of MenuPages have come to depend on the service's 280,000+ user-generated reviews, and Queens restaurants will enjoy greater exposure due to the service's already-loyal following.

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About MenuPages
MenuPages is the most comprehensive mobile and web provider of up-to-date menu content. The company currently serves ten metropolitan markets including New York (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens), Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, D.C., South Florida, London and Paris, providing fresh menus for more than 40,000 restaurants. Every month several million discriminating diners search its fresh menus and user reviews, filtering by neighborhood, cuisine, price, features and dish, to select the best restaurant for any occasion. MenuPages is owned by Seamless (, the leading mobile and online service for ordering delivery and takeout food from top restaurants in the US and UK. The sites are integrated to allow for direct ordering for delivery and takeout from local restaurants. For more information, please visit

About Seamless
Seamless is the most trusted and comprehensive source for local restaurant information and online ordering. The company has made finding and ordering food from local restaurants fun and easy for more than 2 million members and many of the world's largest companies. Through,, and mobile applications for iPad®, iPhone®, Android™, and BlackBerry®, the company offers access to over 45,000 menus, 280,000 user-generated ratings and reviews, and exclusive discounts from restaurants in Chicago, New York, Washington DC, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Houston, Austin, Seattle, Portland, Miami, London, and other US cities. Seamless facilitated more than $400 million in food orders from its 11,000+ partner restaurants in 2011. Seamless is an independent, privately held company.

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