Want to find the best Bay Area restaurants near you? Try this neat mapping tool

Map of the Best searches ratings on Michelin, James Beard, Gayot and elsewhere to find you a great meal.

Don’t want to sift through Yelp or Eater heat maps to find a highly rated restaurant near you? You might want to try Map of the Best, which analyzes ratings from Michelin, James Beard, Gayot, and other sources to find the best restaurants in the area.

That last filter is extremely adaptable. When you search for Indian food, for example, other search boxes appear for North Indian, South Indian, modern Indian, and Indian vegetarian. Similarly, Japanese provides authentic Japanese, Japanese contemporary, modern Japanese, and Japanese steakhouse options. That’s a handy feature that could help you find restaurants in areas you’ve never considered before.

How does Map of the Best fare in the San Francisco Bay Area? When looking for highly rated restaurants in Walnut Creek, look for “Peruvian cuisine gem” Parada, “Bold flavors, small plates” Va de Vi Bistro & Wine Bar, “Tokyo in Walnut Creek” Sasa, and several other options.

In San Jose, there’s “Wine-centric Portuguese eatery” Adega, “South Bay’s beloved BBQ spot” Henry’s World Famous Hi-Life, and… well, you get the picture. Give Map of the Best a spin – who knows what buzzy gems are hiding in your own backyard? (With thanks to Maps Mania)

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