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Added 2 October, 2013

In New York, thriving economy has diners eating out more

As economic confidence grows, in New York at least, 2013 marks the reverse in a trend with residents eating out more than the year before. According to the Zagat 2014 restaurant survey, people in the city ate in restaurants, or purchased ready-made meals 58 percent of the time, up from 49 percent just a year previous. Led by younger casual diners, the results showed that New Yorkers as a whole dined out or ordered in more than the average American, who chooses to eat from restaurants about 47 percent of the time.
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