Where there are great eateries and hungry (hangry?) people, there are great Zagat findings. For the eighth year in a row, French Seafoodery Le Bernardin claimed Zagat’s Top Food spot, making Zagat history. Le Bernardin also took Top Service, Most Popular, Top French and Top Seafood.
Zagat’s 2017 results are based on polls from 2,171 restaurants and 31,000 Americans. Here, we’re showcasing the best NYC newcomers, the former food trend that is so yesterday, and the U.S. president diners would take recommendations from on where to eat out. Plus, find out what dining policy people want to ditch.
Side note: Zagat found that 54 percent of people in NYC will be ordering take out and staying in on election night. Just in case you’re feeling adventurous, a few city hot spots that will be packed on Nov. 8 can be found here.