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What is your personal Chowhound Policy for dealing with bad restaurants?

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What is your personal Chowhound Policy for dealing with bad restaurants?

Googs | Jan 18, 2009 07:02 AM

I’ve recently decided the best action is no action. Better these places should die in anonymity than be given any publicity at all. The only exceptions would be if someone specifically stated they were considering going to a particular bad restaurant or CH Worst lists.

In the past I would have considered constructive criticism to be just that. Constructive. Something that would tell the owner here’s what you can work on. Recently, though, there has been an abundance of posts about a local poseur restaurant with food ranging from mediocre to bad. No one has a kind word to say, but boy they devote a lot of inches to saying it. It seems it only serves to fill this unworthy resto with patrons.

How do you deal with bad restaurants?

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