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Restaurant web sites and outdated information

ttoommyy | Sep 19, 201112:54 PM     30

We're going to Boston in October and I've been reading the Greater Boston Area boards for some restaurant recommendations. A few people talked about a place called Erbaluce so I clicked on a link and went to their site to look at a menu. As I was scanning the home page, I came across this outdated message (see attached screen capture). It immediately turned me off to the restaurant. It makes me wonder what else on the site is outdated information. Why would a business not keep their web site up to date in this day and age? For me, it is my prime source of information these days. Does this bother you as well?

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