I reviewed a restaurant this week and find two review pages for them. One in Sandy Hook, CT where the restaurant is really located, and one in Newtown, CT which is a neighboring town where the restaurant is NOT located.
Is there a reason they should be doing this? And, more importantly, is it allowed?
I count on the restaurant reviews every time my husband and I are making a choice to try something new. If I can't trust that the restaurant owner is listing itself properly, or is duping us by having an additional listing in a nearby more known town, it doesn't seem fair to the consumer who would have no reason to research the venue in a neighboring town. I know what I'm trying to say, I can only pray that my thoughts are coming across clearly for you readers.
Thanks so much for helping me understand how this might work from an owner's perspective.
Have a wonderful holiday season!