Attention all stat wonks who also have a thing for dining out: The 2009 Zagat Survey of New York City Restaurants is out. The little red guide celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, a milestone for a publishing idea that began as a single-page document intended to be no more than an informal survey of top Parisian restaurants as determined by Tim and Nina Zagat and their friends. Fully Americanized now, the guide provides an annual snapshot of the Gotham dining scene. This ...
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