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Over 300 restaurants participated in the 20th anniversary of Restaurant Week. The event ran from July 16th to August 10th, 2012. Dating back to 1992, the event has served as a way for New Yorkers and visitors to the city to sample some of the best restaurants at an affordable price. When it first began, the three-course lunch was priced at $19.92. Since then, the average price of a meal has gone up $16 in NYC. Fortunately, the NYC Restaurant Week price for lunch has only gone up $4.15. Learn more about Restaurant Week 2012. Read more…

Google announced last week that it would begin rolling out Google+ Local in lieu of Google Places.  I have already begun to see the changes just by using Google in normal, everyday ways.  Today when I checked out a restaurant that I will be going to tomorrow I was directed to the Google+ Local page, complete with user reviews, Zagat ratings, and photos, among other things.  So the question is, how is this going to change the game? Read more…

Many restaurant owners and managers never know when their customers are dissatisfied, and if they do, it is often too late.  CNSLT.us has recently determined a way to minimize customer dissatisfaction and negative online reviews. We are proud to introduce, CNSLT.in.

CNSLT.in provides customers with a channel to voice frustration, and allows restaurant staff to resolve problems quickly before the damage can spread over social networks and review sites.  With CNSLT.in, restaurant staff will know of a problem before the customer leaves the table instead of waiting to see a one-star review on Yelp or before that customer can tell their friends to avoid the restaurant. Read more…