The now-closed Serbian Crown restaurant is suing Google for an error that the owner says led to the restaurant's closing.
Serbian Crown was a hot spot in Great Falls until 2012, when weekend customers stopped coming to the restaurant. The reason, owner Rene Bertagna says, was an incorrect listing on Google Maps that indicated the restaurant was closed Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays, The Guardian reported. Those days had been the restaurant's most popular days.
It's hard to say whether mixed reviews, a changing local population or any other possible factor contributed to the restaurant's closure, but Bertagna says the sudden drop-off in weekend traffic to his restaurant was obvious, and he only learned why after a customer asked him about the Google Maps information, according to In the Capital.