NEW YORK Citing the ongoing economic crisis, 38 percent of New Yorkers say they are eating out less, according to the latest Zagat Survey for the city's restaurants. The survey, released Tuesday, indicated that diners also are saving money by eating in less-expensive restaurants, being more attentive to menu prices, skipping appetizers and desserts, and cutting back on alcohol. The 2009 survey, which marks the 30th annual guide for New York, covers 2,073 restaurants ...

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