NEW YORK Dining out in smaller, intimate eateries, ordering more local, sustainably raised foods and being treated to better service are top factors on consumers' checklists here when they're deciding where to eat out, according to the 2008 Zagat Survey of New York City Restaurants. In a nod to the "green" movement, 52 percent of Zagat reviewers said they were willing to pay more for food that is sustainably raised, and 50 percent indicated they also would pay more for organic ...
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