Cuts Both Ways 

Richmond chefs vent their frustrations with a sometimes-oblivious dining public.

When it comes to bad service or an overcooked steak, a 21st-century diner often wastes no time posting scathing dissertations on Yelp and Urban Spoon. But for restaurant owners and chefs, there's no public forum to express the frustration of, say,…

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