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Zagat, the famous food guide which has struggled in the Internet age, has been picked up by Google to help bolster its local Places programs.
Grant Achatz, left; Nathan Myhrvold, center. Wired magazine editor Mark McClusky
Tim and Nina Zagat, whose eponymous ratings guide started in 1979 as
You know how Hispanic cooks have been replacing Italians in a lot
Last week at the 92nd Street Y some people took time to
Or maybe you haven't. Or, more likely, maybe you've been served poorly.
The NY Times fills in some more holes with the 2nd Avenue
Zagat just released the results from their "What's your favorite New York
Until the documentary about Village institution, Shopsin's, I Like Killing Flies (low
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