Grub Stakes

Have something to say about an overpriced restaurant, or an ugly statue staring you in the face while eating in Las Vegas? Zagat Survey wants the details.

Billed as the world’s most trusted source for where to eat, drink and play across the globe, Zagat is updating its Las Vegas offerings, and asking all picky eaters to vote for their favorite (or least favorite) restaurants in Sin City. You can rate restaurants on food, décor, service and prices. It’s kind of like being a restaurant critic, without the prestige and without someone else picking up the check.

Voting happens at State your opinion before Sept. 19 and you can choose between a six-month subscription to the rankings at Zagat or an entry into the site’s “Night on the Town” sweepstakes, valued at $500.

And yes, there’s an app for this; geek the vote using your phone via, or by downloading the site’s “Zagat to go” application for your iPhone.

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