NEW YORK The financial crisis has caused New Yorkers to curtail the number of times they dine out per week, and when they do frequent restaurants they tend to be more attentive to prices, according to data released Wednesday by Zagat Survey. Based on feedback collected from nearly 39,000 participants, the survey, which Zagat conducts annually, found that consumers cut down their restaurant visits to 3.0 times a week from 3.3 times to 3.4 times a week in the past four years. ...
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