So, we’ve already touched on the “more bars per capita” statistic, we might as well hit the “more restaurants per capita” statistic, too. As we all know, in Portland, finding somewhere to eat can be as problematic as, well, finding a happy hour.
While there’s not much to the Goboz site at this point, a quick glance at the backend shows that they’re targeting CitySearch and Portland retail and professional services.
The code contains a bevy of keywords—including “restraunt” and “automitive”—and a table-based layout. So, other than that, I have nothing.
The site is currently slated to launch September 6, at which point I’ll bring you a full scoop. In the meantime, if someone from Goboz or their communications team wants to drop me a line to provide more details, please feel free.
(Via a tip from PDX Companies)
[…] Portland-based Goboz, which has been available to a closed group of beta testers, has officially gone live, today, as promised. […]
I had heard rumor that the guys who started ThePortlander were going to be doing something like this. From what I hear this site is pretty interesting .
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