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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Nina Zagat
Google is adding a new entree to its menu: free restaurant ratings from the Zagat review service.
This "iconic" publisher of restaurant reviews is "trusted" and "well-loved" by foodies. Customers love its "ability to innovate" and gush over its "tremendous insight."
Google has swallowed the restaurant review service Zagat to ramp up its efforts to connect people with local businesses.