Most journalists I know who follow the restaurant business rarely pass up the opportunity to peruse a study or survey that can shed some light on how the industry performed over the previous year. As a New Yorker, I look forward to receiving the Zagat Survey of New York restaurants, which arrives each year augmented by several pages of unique collateral material that provides some interesting insights into Gotham’s rich and layered dining market. The data accompanying the 2013 ...
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