“Which Sources Do Readers Trust for Restaurant Commentary? The Ts Have It.”

OK, if Zagat’s time is over, as Y&H argues in tomorrow’s cover story, where do you turn for reliable commentary and ratings on restaurants? Yelp? Chowhound? Urban Spoon? DonRockwell? Or some other outlet?
I don’t think we’ve reached any sort of consensus yet, but the early response to my question this week is leaning hard on the standard media over the online newbies. That’s right, the Toms, Todds, and Tims have it (even Tyler, who’s online but hardly new media).

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On TCEDG, you don’t have to choose – in each post we link to other published reviews and rankings when we can find them.

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1 Response to “Which Sources Do Readers Trust for Restaurant Commentary? The Ts Have It.”

  1. hello says:

    when you go there next time, you need to go to the back to the “Korean” section — it’s actually outside. The menu there is all Korean and written on the wall. You can probably ask for recommendations — fire-grilled clams, spicy chicken, etc.

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