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Top 5 Quotes from "Never Said About Restaurant Websites"

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Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 11:30 AM

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The Dinner Party Download guys, via The Madeleine Brand Show on KPCC, alerted us this week to a wacky, utterly sarcastic (and very aesthetically stark) little blog called Never Said About Restaurant Websites, on which people say the things we all long to say about those annoying little restaurant site quirks.

You know: the forced account set-up, the inability to download a menu, the aggravating "unts-unts" music.

Turn the page for a list of our Top 5 favorite gripes from the site:

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