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Business 135,000-135,000 Arlington Heights, IL, 60004 2010 Business Salaries (1) Arlington Heights, IL Salaries
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  • Industry: Restaurants
  • City: Arlington Heights, IL
  • The founders of had a common vision. Avid epicureans, they enjoyed every aspect of going out to eat, from choosing the wine to the post-dessert cigar. They loved to try new places, and yet like most seasoned diners, had very discriminating tastes. They wanted to find a way to find the ideal restaurant experience every single time they opened a menu. This constant, burning question of "where to eat?" eventually led them to their idea: Use the interactive technology of the World Wide Web to create a tool that can find the ideal dining experience to match anyone's tastes...but