If you love to eat out the Zagat New York City Restaurant guide for 2014 will likely come in handy.
Two thousand restaurants were rated by nearly 50,000 diners.
Brooklyn has an even larger presence on the list with 265 spots.
Founder Tim Zagat says there's a new wave of restaurants making the list.
"Young people are looking for exactly that, inexpensive, informal and yet they want a good meal. They don't care what the decor looks like as long as it's comfortable enough What they don't want of course, is ties, jackets and bad food of course that costs too much," he said.
You can see the full results of the survey online at zagat.com or by downloading the Zagat app for your smart phone.