L.A. Times Drops Star Ratings For Restaurants [Headlines]
The popular newspaper has done away with their food rating system because it is too broad.
LA Times drops stars as the quality indicator of restaurant reviews, claiming the system was a bad fit to the region’s breadth of dining choices, such as “a food truck, a neighborhood ethnic restaurant, a one-time-only pop-up run by a famous chef, and a palace of fine dining.”
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