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suttonbaddela15071.jpgOver at the Bad Deal, Bloomberg critic Ryan Sutton once again takes on Groupon for using the phrase "Zagat-rated" as a restaurant selling point. This time, Sutton points out the silliness of using the phrase to describe a restaurant — NYC's Bistro La Promenade — that actually has good critical reviews. To Groupon: "Either... you don't know the difference between an actual honor and a non-honor, or it means that you just don't care." [The Bad Deal]

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