Yelp, Foursquare, and all the rest

Thanks to social media, falling off the grid is not as easy as it used to be, and as we see it, it’s a good thing. If you want to know what’s going on in town and where your friends are gathering, you can sign up for Foursquare, Facebook Places or Yelp and track them as they visit new locations.

There’s an added level of fun and one-upsmanship as Foursquare awards badges for visiting various venues and crowns the most frequent visitor the Mayor of a location. It’s all in good fun.

The most useful aspect of these services is feedback. If you’re dining out, you can check into a restaurant and see what your friends have said. They may have recommended a particular dish, or a place to sit, at a restaurant, and it can change your experience into a more personal visit. We’re active on Yelp, Facebook and Foursquare, and we’re happy to have you as our friend on Foursquare, and of course on Yelp, too. On Facebook, we’ve “claimed” all the places where people have checked in and added useful information for your benefit.

As you check in, please tell us what you think. Here’s a few recent reviews from Yelp – and we’re delighted with your enthusiasm. We hope that you’ll tell us, and your friends, when you enjoy something at Eddie Merlot’s. If you’re not happy, we hope you’ll tell us that too – hopefully in person when you’re with us so we can fix whatever’s wrong.

Come and see us, check in and tell your friends. And read our newest reviews – thanks, Yelp users!


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An upscale restaurant group with locations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio.
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