Sunday, September 18, 2016

I am a Google Street View Trusted Photographer

I enjoy exploring the variety of American and ethnic restaurants in the Chicago area. I usually have a digital camera with me to take photos. As a backup I have my Android phone that I use to take photos of the restaurant and cuisine. Over the years I have taken thousands of photos at events and when dining out. Many of these photos I post to Google Maps and other sites to share my experience.

Currently, I am a Level 4 Google Local Guide Contributor. In a few weeks I hope to reach Level 5, which is the highest. I have also been selected as a Google Street View Trusted Photographer.

You may view my Google Local Guide Profile

Because of my contributions to Google Maps, I have been invited to join the Google Local Guides Connect Group 

If you would like to stayed updated with the Chicago culinary scene, join my Chicago Local Guides Community Page on Google

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Seafood City Chicago Grand Opening

Seafood City Supermarket is building a location in Chicago. Who would like to join us at the Grand Opening?
When: Wednesday, September 14 at 9 AM - 9 PM
In 1989, the first Seafood City Supermarket opened in National City, CA. For the first time ever, there was an Asian grocery that Filipino-Americans could wander into and find exactly what they wanted.
Seafood City Supermarket has come a long way from its humble beginnings in 1989 to establishing itself as the premier Filipino supermarket chain in North America. But it has grown into something more than that.
Now, the words “Seafood City” are spoken of among Filipino-Americans in the same breath as words such as “community”. Above all, the most meaningful reason that people come to Seafood City is simply that: it’s good to be home.