Zagat 2017: Top NYC Restaurants and New Dining Trends

Where there are great eateries and hungry (hangry?) people, there are great Zagat categories.

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Carb city! 55% of New Yorkers are happy to see dough back on the block with Peter Pan Donut winning Top Donuts category and Absolute Bagels winning Top Bagels category. (Credit: Instagram / @peterpanbakery)
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Speaking of carbs, no foodie tour of the Big Apple would be complete without a trip to a pizzeria. This year, Juliana's Pizza in Brooklyn took the top rating among pizza joints across the city.
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Which American president would you take a dinner recommendation from? Surveyed diners picked President Obama and if reservations were on him, they prefer Momofuku Nishi, Le Coucou or La Sirena. (Credit: AP)
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Picky eaters are on the rise and so are food halls. One of the best? The Great Northern Food Hall in Grand Central Terminal featuring organic artisanal bakeries, super smoothies and bars, and Danish gourmet hot dogs. (AP Photo)
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No tip? No problem. A record 41% of Americans say eliminating the tip is OK. Several NYC eateries have adopted this policy, increasing menu prices to compensate. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
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Head down to Chelsea for all your taco needs. Newcomer Los Tacos No. 1 claims the No. 1 spot for Top Mexican Food. (Credit: www.lostacos1.com)
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New Yorkers are staying out of the kitchen. Zagat found residents eat 4.9 lunches and dinners out per week. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)
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Farm-to-table, NYC style. New Yorkers (70%) love this trend and prefer it over rainbow bagel-type trends. (AP Photo/Barbara Woike)
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Split the bill! A whopping $50.11 is the average price NYC diners spend per person for dinner. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Kale for sale… 58% of diners are sick of seeing kale on the menu. The horror! (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)
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For the most epic dessert in NYC, shoot up to the corner of 86th Street and 2nd Avenue for Two Little Red Hens. Their specialty pies and cakes cure the sweetest of sweet tooths and take Top Dessert. (Credit: www.twolittleredhens.com)
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