Want to know where the restaurant world is headed? Take a look at the 2011 editions of the Zagat Guide and the Michelin Guide. You know something is up when these arbiters of high-end dining start emphasizing cheap eats. Don’t get us wrong. Zagat and Michelin still focus on the full-service restaurant world’s big-ticket operations. These two own that franchise. Even in an era when social media produce a nonstop stream of restaurant criticism and conversation, the print versions of Zagat, ...

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