and AOL's DIGITAL CITY BECOME PARTNERS for ONLINE DINING GUIDES
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: SUSAN CRANSTON/GAYOT 323-965-4843
Digital City, the nation's leading local online network, and GAYOT,
publisher of the award-winning Gayot guidebooks, announced today a partnership
to provide diners with online dining guides. Gayot's reviews are
available in the Digital City "dining area" or by using America Online
dining guides provide users with professional dining reviews on the most
popular restaurants in over 60 cities across the country. The online guides
are available to users of digitalcity.com and AOL's interactive brands,
including America Online, AOL.COM, CompuServe and Netscape, which reach
approximately 80 percent of the online consumer audience.
can reference the Hot Ten Restaurant List, local Restaurant News, and
purchase books from Gayot's "Restaurants" series or "The Best of" series.
André Gayot has written, directed and produced travel and restaurant
guides providing readers with a map to the good life for over 40 years.
Gayot covers the U.S. and parts of the world in two complementary lines
of guidebooks: "The Best of " series of travel guides gives readers a
comprehensive look at hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, sports
and leisure in popular travel destinations, from London or Paris to New
York or Hawaii. Gayot "Restaurants" guides cater to restaurant-lovers
in major U.S. cities. As the only national and international guide publisher
featuring professional dining reviews and expert food ratings, Gayot sets
the standard for rating culinary excellence.
AOL'S DIGITAL CITY, INC.:
AOL's Digital City, the nation's leading local online network, provides
users with an easy-to-use, customizable resource to help them quickly
find high quality, up-to-date information and tools in the cities where
they live and visit. Whether planning a night on the town, or looking
for the best local stores or services, AOL's Digital City is the single
local source people can rely on to help them save time in their daily
lives. Through a unique blend of entertainment and traveler's listings
and information, shopping and services resources, "Best of the City" editorial
picks, and real-people reviews by its nationwide network of "Local Experts,"
AOL's Digital City makes any city feel like home . . . fast.