NEW YORK Diners in South Florida significantly trimmed the number of times they dined out in the past year, according to Zagat’s “2010 Miami/South Florida Restaurants Survey” that was released Wednesday. The survey, which covers 1,057 restaurants in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach areas, found the 6,100 surveyed diners reduced their dine-out frequency to 3.2 times a week from the 3.7 in the previous survey.RELATED STORIESZagat: New Yorkers cut back on dining outCalifornia diners ...
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