Claiming that a restaurant is Zagat-rated is like saying “Hey, I got a son who goes to school, and you know what? They gave him a REPORT CARD! Wonder if the other kids got one?”
See, it’s what’s on the report card that counts. I bring this up because I see you’re running a deal for the (ahem) “Zagat-rated” Gente Ristorante, but you’re not actually showing the Zagat ratings. Kinda curious, don’t you think? So we took a looksie and it turns out Zagat ratings for Gente are 19 for food, 16 for decor, and 21 for service. Those are all out of 30. Not too good eh? Maybe that’s why you’re boasting about the report card and not the grades?
Oh, Groupon! At it again.