Number 1 on our list is Urbanspoon

For those of you looking to find new places to eat, Urbanspoon offers reviews organized by cities in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and Australia. You can also check out reviews from your friends to see what they thought before you head to dinner.

Number 2 on our list is LocalEats

If you like trying out local spots when you are on vacation, this is the app for you. LocalEats has a strict "no chain restaurant" policy. Bonud: its very visual. There's a photo of each restaurant mentioned.

Number 3 on our list is Eat St.

Eat St. app. helps you track down the best of the best food trucks. The app uses your current location to find food trucks near you, and you can check out what people are saying about the food on social media networks.

Number 4 on our list is Clean Plates

Clean eating helps you eat clean (as the name suggests) by letting you browse nearby restaurants and filter options by cuisine, price, or diet (gluten-free, vegan, raw, and more). Every restaurant receives a rating ranging of "Clean Plates Seal" (the highest rating), "Clean" (mostly healthy options), or "Good" (some healthy options, but order carefully), so you'll know exactly what to expect when you go.

Number 5 on our list is Coupon Sherpa

Coupon Sherpa lets you find digital coupons and special offers at chain restaurants and popular eateries. The mobile app uses GPS to find coupons for restaurants in the area, so you don't have to do too much digging.