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G FORCE | TIM ZAGAT

Critic of all he surveys

Tim Zagat and his wife were lawyers when living in Paris changed their relation to food. Tim Zagat and his wife were lawyers when living in Paris changed their relation to food. (Bebeto Matthews/Ap/File 2006)
By Sheryl Julian
Globe Staff / April 22, 2009

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Thirty years ago, Tim Zagat asked some friends to write down their favorite New York restaurants. The results eventually became the Zagat guides, in which restaurant customers comment on food, service, ambience, and other factors related to dining out. The guides are now in 90 cities around the world. Two weeks ago, Zagat, 68, the CEO, and his wife and ... (Full article: 462 words)

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