I was wondering if others had created list on Dinevore?
Here is mine for NYC http://nyc.dinevore.com/lists/12489/paleo-in-nyc
Here is one of my friend's http://nyc.dinevore.com/lists/12486/paleo-in-nyc
If you create one, post it here! This could be a great resource for traveling!
Hmm, I've not heard of Dinevore either, but I can say that in Chicago, my favorite Paleo places would be The Bristol on Damen St. for their outstanding bone marrow and other locally farmed meats - had the best pig's tail EVER there... still think about it, plus they have a great wine list for us boozehounds. Another fine choice would be Old Town Social on North Ave. for their house made charcuterie and other locally farmed meat choices. Lastly, the Bison Tartare at the Paramount Room makes me long to be back in Chicago, and it's one of my favorite bars there.
First time I've heard of Dinevore. Interesting site. Hopefully it builds up some.
In terms of creating a list though, maybe post the criteria you used and how you determined they're paleo (simply asking them, correct)?
My concern with lists like this is that they're really a snapshot in time for most the restaurants. Unless their tenet is grass feed beef, etc. They can change quickly depending on the economy. Regular beef supplies are low, which is causing spikes in prices. Haven't seen anything on the grass feed supplies, but can't see them being unaffected.
How do you write comments or reviews? I started creating one for the SF bay area, but they don't have many restaurants listed so I'm getting a bit annoyed at having to enter them all myself, and I don't see a way to add comments to any: http://dinevore.com/lists/12592/paleo-friendly-in-the-bay-area
Edit: nevermind, I figured it out... gotta do it from the main list page, not on the restaurant's individual page.
I'm trying to make a directory like this on my PaleoVillage website.
Feel free to add any resources here: http://www.paleovillage.com/add-to-paleo-directory/
In LA I do chipotle double carnitas and guac sometimes cheese or white rice if i feel the need for some starch and in-n-out flying dutchmen(no bun) with just 3 patties and sometimes cheese. Most restaurants are pretty poor quality food and choices are limited so i go with the 80 20 rule and cook pretty often at home-not very good but it's a learning process.