As a product manager at Insta, designing a restaurant finder would involve several steps. First, we would need to define the problem we are trying to solve and what user needs we are addressing with the restaurant finder. Once we have a clear understanding of the problem and user needs, we can begin to design the solution. One approach to designing a restaurant finder would be to conduct user research to better understand how people currently find and choose restaurants. We could use this research to inform the design of the restaurant finder and ensure that it meets user needs and expectations. We could also look at competitor products to see what features and functionality they offer and how we can differentiate our product. Once we have a clear understanding of user needs and the competitive landscape, we can begin to design the restaurant finder. This would involve creating wireframes and prototypes to test different designs and gather feedback from users. We would want to make sure that the restaurant finder is easy to use, intuitive, and provides the information that users need to make informed decisions about where to eat. In addition to designing the restaurant finder, we would need to consider how we would monetize the product. We could explore different revenue models, such as advertising or charging restaurants for placement on the platform. As a product manager, it would also be important to work closely with cross-functional teams, such as engineering and design, to ensure that the restaurant finder is developed and launched successfully. We would need to set clear goals and metrics to measure the success of the product, and continually iterate and improve based on user feedback and data. Overall, designing a restaurant finder would require a deep understanding of user needs, strong design and product management skills, and collaboration with cross-functional teams to bring the product to market successfully.