If you have celiac disease or just feel better eating a gluten-free diet, you’re probably always on the hunt for restaurants that cater to the gluten-free crowd. Luckily, Foursquare has tens of millions of local tips, including a ton catering to people with special diets. Just search for gluten-free and we’ll show the best dishes and gluten-free treats near you.
Here’s a few we like:
Know any great gluten-free dishes nearby? Leave a tip on Foursquare.
Planning on going to a super fancy destination restaurant, or just want to dream about amazing food? Use Foursquare to get an inside look at some of the top restaurants around the world.
If you’re a fan of Thomas Keller, you might lose yourself looking through photos of food at Per Se in New York City.
or The French Laundry in California…
Photo by Pop O.
If you saw the inspiring documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, then you’ve heard about Sukiyabashi Jiro, one of the most well-known restaurants in Japan.
Photo by Kayvon B.
Can’t swing a trip to Tokyo right now? You can also check out Sushi Nakazawa in New York City, run by Jiro’s former apprentice Daisuke Nakazawa.
Another restaurant that always makes top 10 lists for best restaurant around the world is El Celler de Can Roca in Spain and the tips and photos there are amazing…
Photo by Tom A.
What’s the best restaurant you’ve ever been to?
We can’t believe the fifth 4sqDay has already come and gone. We were so thrilled to see all of your tweets, pics, and parties from around the world! 4sqDay continues to be a global celebration with our amazing community.
Check out some of the tweets and pics from yesterday’s meetups below…
Thanks for celebrating with us!
Four years ago on 4/16, some of Foursquare’s biggest fans in Tampa started what would become the tradition of 4sqDay (the day was chosen because it’s 4/4²… four squared!)
It quickly became a day to gather as a community and celebrate all over the world. From Paris to Istanbul, New York to Jakarta, Moscow to Berlin, and beyond, we’re humbled year after year by our incredible community of over 45 million people on Foursquare and over 40,000 superusers around the world.
Celebrating 4sqDay in Istanbul, 2013.
This year we’d again like to give special thanks to the backbone of that global community: our amazing superusers. For those of you who don’t know, our superusers are responsible for making Foursquare awesome. They fill in missing location info, update place categories, review tips, and provide important product feedback. They’re a huge part of the Foursquare family and we can’t thank them enough.
Have a great day, and be sure to tweet your meetup pics with #4sqDay to see how others are celebrating around the world.
Happy 4sqDay 2014!
He doesn’t always check in, but when he does, he leaves amazing tips. The Most Interesting Man in the World has joined Foursquare, and he’s more debonair than ever.
Looking to spice things up? Here are a few places to start:
Follow The Most Interesting Man on Foursquare for these and hundreds more tips around the world.
If you’ve ever logged into a website, you’ve passed data over a secure connection. For the majority of websites on the internet (including Foursquare.com), that secure connection is powered by a thing called OpenSSL. On April 7, researchers discovered a flaw in OpenSSL. This vulnerability, called Heartbleed, could have allowed attackers access to any of this data passed over a ‘secure’ connection, like password information. (For more information on Heartbleed, read this). For an overview of affected major sites, click here.
So what is Foursquare doing about this?
First, we’ve ensured that all of our systems, and the systems of vendors we use have been upgraded to the patched versions of OpenSSL without the vulnerability. This task was completed within 48 hours of it being disclosed publicly.
Second, we’ve recreated and re-deployed new SSL certificates and reset our internal credentials (basically, changed things that could have been compromised because of Heartbleed). We have also revoked our older certificates just to be safe. This task was completed by 7pmEST on April 10th.
As of right now, we have no indication that this vulnerability was used against Foursquare.com. That said, the nature of Heartbleed makes it hard to detect, so we’re encouraging great caution.
We recommend you change your Foursquare password (you can change it here). Frankly, we’d recommend you change your passwords on other websites, too.
If you’ve connected outside services with Foursquare, we recommend you disconnect and reconnect those (you can see connected apps here).
This is obviously a big issue for security on the internet. If you have any questions at all just reach out to our support team @4sqsupport. We’ll keep you posted as things develop.
Now that it’s warming up in NYC, rooftops are starting to open at hotels, bars, and clubs around the city. Even if you’re not in New York, try searching Foursquare for “roof deck” or “rooftop” to find places nearby where you can get some sun on your face and a mojito in your mouth.
Here are a few tips to get you started:
Starting in May, you can even view some art on a rooftop at the Met:
Go out and get some sun!
People love insider tips on Foursquare. They help power our recommendations and help people decide what to order. And there are thousands of brands using Foursquare to share their know-how. So, today, we’re releasing a new way for publishers and social media managers to quickly and easily turn any text on a web page into a Foursquare tip.
If you’re a publisher, here’s how you can use it:
When you see text on a webpage that you think would make a great tip, just click on the button in your bookmark bar and highlight the text.
Then, with a single click, choose a photo from that page. (Remember, tips with photos get more than 7x more likes!)
That’s it! Have fun leaving more tips than ever before with our tip button.
So the new season of Game of Thrones kicked off last night and now you’re wondering how to get your Medieval fix until next week’s episode. We’ve got you covered with three places to visit in NYC…
1) Medieval Art Gallery at the Met
Spend an afternoon walking amongst the armor and art of the times. (Keep an eye out for priceless dragon eggs.)
(Photo by Joseph T.)
2) The Cloisters
Walk around and you’ll feel like you’re taking a stroll through King’s Landing. While you’re there you can visit the Cloister Cafe and spend some time exploring the rest of Fort Tryon Park.
(Photo by Nina Y.)
3) Medieval Times
If you’re more into sword fighting and carnivorous eating, may we suggest Medieval Times in New Jersey? Feast on turkey legs and meade while you watch knights battle to the death.
(Photo by Ophelia T.)
Keep an eye out for direwolves and have fun exploring out there.
Now that the weather is finally warming up here in NYC, you don’t need a reason to get out and watch some dogs run around. But here’s three anyway: doing so is free, cute, and amazing.
We searched Foursquare for some great photos and tips from Tompkins Square Dog Run downtown…
Photo by Michelle S.
…to Carl Schurz Dog Run uptown:
Photo by Spencer V.
Not in NYC? Use Foursquare to find a dog run near you.