It’s been said that everyone’s a critic, but never before has that adage applied so perfectly to the restaurant industry.With thousands of Internet bloggers writing about restaurants, hundreds of Web bulletin boards devoted to all things edible, and dozens upon dozens of newspaper and magazine restaurant critics still licking their chops for the next new opening, the restaurant review has survived—and even flourished—in the electronic age.That’s a far cry from a New York Times article on ...

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