Updated 10/03/2012 12:42 PM
Zagat Survey Finds Le Bernardin Still Top Catch
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New Yorkers are dishing on their favorite restaurants in the new 2013 Zagat Restaurant survey.
Midtown's Le Bernardin tops the list for best food for the 11th time, with survey staple Per Se coming in second.
More Brooklyn restaurants made the cut this year, such as newcomers Talde and Am Thai.
The borough saw a number of new restaurants open.
Zagat says New Yorkers are still eating out about three times a week; the same rate as the past four years, but still below pre-recession levels.
"Thankfully the growth in tourism, which as been phenomenal, has picked up the slack and there have been very few empty seats. Anybody who goes around New York sees that there are not very many available seats, but the people who are in the restaurants are talking other languages," said Zagat Survey Co-Founder Tim Zagat.
A record 44,000 people reviewed and rated more than 2,100 restaurants for this year's survey.