Introducing Forest Hills


Now that concert season is over, here's another reason to visit Forest Hills!

This Queens Blvd hotspot is home to the infamous Forest Hills Stadium, the cozy Station Square area, and a growing crew of local restaurants up and down Austin St. See which spots have found a home in our Spotluck community...


*Our lawyers told us we couldn't use a picture of the Forest Hills Stadium, so we used this crosswalk, which could lead to the stadium, instead. 

Spotluck Launches in Wilmington, DE


Introducing 15 new restaurants in...

Wilmington, DE

Delaware was the First State in the Union, which means the great people of Delaware have been plagued by deciding where to eat for longer than any other Americans. So, we've worked some Spotluck magic and ratified our first Delaware hub.

The first 10 diners in Wilmington to mention "LAUNCH" in their restaurant review will automatically win a $25 gift card. Need we say more!? Get spinning & explore these tasty, new spots:

Welcome Spotluck Locust Point


O! Say, can you see... our newest Hub? Finally free yourselves from the plague of indecision. Spin and save at these 8 delicious new Spots in Baltimore (and visit Fort McHenry while you're there for some patriotic inspiration). 

Spotluck Locust Point Restaurants

About: Spotluck is a free mobile app that works with 900+ local restaurants. We help hungry diners find delicious, local restaurants, save money, and decide where to eat.

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Welcome Spotluck Haddon Township & Boroughs

Jurassic evidence suggests that dinosaurs argued over where (or what or who) to eat. Millions of years of evolution later... we're still arguing over where to eat. But the residents of Haddon Township, Haddonfield, and Collingswood will argue no more. Spotluck has arrived!

Enjoy spinning 12 tasty, new Spots (plus check out Haddonfield's awesome dino statue while you're there): 


Welcome Spotluck Mount Vernon


We're excited to launch this monumental 17-restaurant Hub in Mount Vernon! 

Did you know? Mount Vernon was home to a Washington Monument before D.C. The massive statue was commenced in 1815 by Robert Mills (the same designer as D.C.'s) to commemorate George Washington. These monuments are joined by a third Washington Monument in Boonsboro, Maryland (Spotluck Boonsboro coming soon!?!). 

Take a spin and try out these 17 tasty Spots in Baltimore's "Cultural District":