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.‚Ä© 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.‚Ä© Calling the dining scene “still sluggish two years after the Great ...

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