Over the years, this magazine has routinely written about how to deal with restaurant critics who have the power to help or hurt your restaurant and, in some cases, flat out bury you. But in recent years, it appears critics don't have quite the muscle they once did. For that you can thank this bold new age of communication. Not so many years ago, if consumers wanted the skinny on a restaurant, they had to either hope the local critic would write about the place or, more often, they'd have to ...
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