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Foodie Phone App, Off the Menu, Comes to Dallas


Off the Menu "OTM Club" logo. | Image by Off the Menu

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Food lovers will be thrilled with the latest news that the app, Off the Menu, is now available in Dallas. The Los Angeles-born idea allows users to utilize the cell phone app to test dishes, not on the menu, from an array of restaurants.

In addition to a selection of Off the Menu creations, users will have to pay the monthly subscription fee for the app of $20 as there is one free dish a day. The app is currently only available for iPhone users, with an Android app possible in the future.

With a listing provided to Off the Menu from participating restaurants and cafes each Sunday, the app rolls out what is available in the week ahead. The app also plans to give subscribers advanced notice about pop-up food events around the city.

“Off The Menu has developed a cult-like following since we first launched in LA, so we can’t wait to expand to another awesome foodie city like Dallas and show everyone what our unique membership is all about,” Founder and CEO Lawrence Longo shared with QSM Magazine before the apps official launch in Dallas on Sept. 26.

“OTM Club is the golden ticket to enjoying a rare dining experience at popular local restaurants and under-the-radar eateries you may not have tried yet. At just $20 per month, members can enjoy a different secret menu item every day at some of the most popular eateries across the area. We look forward to giving our members even more reason to explore Dallas’ amazing food scene,” Longo continued.

Some offerings and Pop-Ups from the app include dishes and treats from Crisp & Green, Cinnaholic, Prince St. Pizza in partnership with Deep Ellum Distillery, Mimi’s Pizzeria, and more.

App users can dine in the participating restaurants or take out, with delivery not usually an option.

You can learn about the app here: https://www.offthemenuco.com/

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