Nobody wants to invest their time and money into a crappy restaurant with bad food and bad service. Even more so, no one wants to invest anything in a restaurant that should really just be shut down. Now, there’s an app for when you want to know where not to eat. Although it’s not grammatically correct, the app is called Don’t Eat At. This app was developed by a guy named Max Stoller (follow him here on Twitter), a student at NYU. He created the app as part of competition called NYC BigApps, which is used as a way to help NYC become more accessible and reliable. The app states you ”Get a text message when you check into a restaurant that is at risk of being closed for health code violations.” The app logs you in via Foursquare, detects your current location, and texts you immediately if you’re within distance of any at-risk restaurants. Unfortunately, this is only available in New York City right now.