MenuPages offers full menus for 30,000 restaurants in major US cities including New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston. This week the company launched an Android app that lets you search for restaurants and menus on your phone.

When you fire up the free, ad-supported app, you’re greeted with a search box. You can enter the type of food or the name of a restaurant, and a location. You can also click the Map or List tabs to see nearby restaurants. And from the search page you can browse by style of cuisine, type of meal (breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner), or other features such as BYOBs or restaurants that offer gluten free items.

MenuPages is available as a free download from the Android Market.

MenuPages also offers an iPhone app and a web app.

via Gizmodo

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