I couldn’t believe my eyes when I spotted the following heading in Zagat for a group of New York City retaurants:
What in God’s name are they talking about? Is the food pureed for people with loose dentures? Is the menu type in 30 point bold for people with fading eyesight? Do the waiters use megaphones in case someone is hard of hearing? Are there cane holders at every table and parking spaces for wheelchairs.
I have never understood the appeal of Zagat. Its “reviews” are poorly written and just plain inaccurate. It was a brilliant concept. Now it needs to be permanently retired.
That will give the Zagats plenty of time to eat at those restaurants with “Senior Appeal.”