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[December 28, 2012]


, DLIN ( via COMTEX) -- EXT M2 Best Books-December 28, 2012-New eBook guide to New York City restaurants published by The Purple Passport (C)2000-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS ttp:// The Purple Passport, a provider of a web-based collection of city guides, on Thursday introduced its new eBook guide, The Purple Passport to New York City Restaurants, which includes handpicked dining recommendations.

The new guide is an offshoot of the comprehensive New York guide The Purple Passport to New York City, which provides information on covers hotels, spas, nightlife spots, shops and activities. London, Paris, Palm Beach and Los Angeles are also included in The Purple Passport's eBook guide series.

According to the company, its new eBook guide has been designed with a convenient, user-friendly and mobile format. Focusing on Manhattan, the guide features 190 most essential restaurants in New York, ranging from up market establishments to trendy places for foodies and casual burger restaurants.

The Purple Passport to New York City Restaurants is available for purchase at the Amazon Kindle Store and has been designed for mobile devices and eReaders including the Kindle and Kindle apps for iPhone/iPad and Android phones/tablets, however it can also be downloaded to Mac and PC computers.

Price details were not disclosed.

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