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IIRC, Foursquare is the only major citation source that offers business owners to pay to claim their listing immediately - instead of waiting days/weeks. I'm sure that revenue is a nice incentive for them continuing the data mining strategy.
+David Mihm sounds really awesome. Not sure if that is a dump question but does that service also make sense for a german biz? Guess the questiin is a bit less technical but considering the different usage pattern of many services.
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This place is kind of the Sunshine Tavern of Mississippi, so needless to say, I absolutely love it. I usually order the Chuck Roast Plate and broccolini, but they have a real solid burger as well. Great taplist, excellent back patio for summer dining.
Oh man, their Kalua pig is absolutely insane, not to mention the best macaroni salad I've ever had. Love coming here for lunch before the rush & sitting outside at the cafe tables. Really a hidden gem that I hope doesn't get TOO discovered.
Love coming here for a breakfast sandwich and a Ristretto Roasters coffee during the week before work. Super friendly staff and great fresh ingredients for the sandos. The blazing fast wifi makes this the perfect coffee shop.
Absolutely LOVE sitting outside here on the weekends enjoying either a Good Life Descender IPA or a nice dry white wine. Their charcuterie boards are absolutely amazing, although their entrees aren't *quite* up to par with the rest of the experience. Still awesome, though, and an incredible place to get a bite.
Boring Bob Cupp course with a real corporate feel to the place. Greens are usually in pretty good shape but a lot of the course is right next to I-5, so it's not exactly a relaxing walk through nature. I much prefer Stone Creek in this area (usually for about half the price, too...)