CINCINNATI— New and innovative food app FEASTY began less than a year ago as an idea written on a napkin, and it just launched to Greater Cincinnati on March 7, 2016. Dewey's Pizza, Keystone Bar & Grill, Gomez Salsa, Tom + Chee, Revolution Rotisserie, Nation, Rhinehaus and Taste of Belgium are just a handful of the 60-plus beloved Cincinnati restaurants that partnered with the app in time for its launch.
FEASTY, which was conceived from a conversation about “where to eat” between the app’s founder, Anthony Breen, and his fiancé, is the first app of its kind to connect hungry consumers with upscale fast-casual restaurants in real time. Using geo-location and time sensitive offers, FEASTY helps consumers make quick and easy dining decisions, while saving money. The app adapts to each consumer’s likes and dislikes to ensure a relevant, valuable and consistent user experience. Partner restaurants can add exclusive deals in real-time, for any duration of time, to any number of people, based on their daily in-store data.
“FEASTY disrupts the restaurant incentives market, innovating the relationship between customers and restaurants,” says Breen. “We’re doing this by partnering with top-quality restaurants that typically do not provide food deals, and that do not want to devalue their brands with the wrong incentives.”
With FEASTY’s “scoreboard” feature, restaurants are able to customize their offers according to how long they would like their deals to last and how many they would like to be available. This provides a way to create a call to action and a sense of urgency for their deals.
FEASTY is the first app of its kind to connect hungry consumers with upscale fast-casual restaurants in real time. Using geo-location and time sensitive offers, FEASTY helps consumers make quick and easy dining decisions, while saving money. FEASTY is a free app, available on IOS, Android and Apple Watch. Its website, www.feastyapp.com, is scheduled to launch in March 2016. For more information, visit FEASTY App on Facebook, @feastyapp on Twitter, and feastyapp on Instagram.