New Yorkers are a pretty resilient bunch, although even the hardiest Gothamites have to admit the recession has taken its toll on their favorite city.
 It’s been difficult to escape the pervasive realities of this long-lived economic downturn. Even the usually cheerful Zagat Survey of New York Restaurants paints a somewhat less-than-radiant picture of the city’s dining scene in the 2011 guide.
 Calling the dining scene “still sluggish two years after the Great ...

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