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Review by Linda Y.7 years ago
My biggest problem with Zagat's is that the fantastic depth of information that they have on restaurants in Manhattan is not replicated for where I live in NJ. That said, their reviews have been reasonably consistent with actual experience for restaurants we've been to, especially for the higher-end places. Also find that it's worth buying the hardcopy guides. They don't need power or a cell signal, which can be an issue when out and about in NYC.
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Review by Jon C.13 years ago
pain in the ass, but great if you travel - great for finding great restaurants in new cities. the online subscription is a bit pricey, but worth it if you travel a lot. gives you access to all the cities covered by zagats. I only pay attention to the food rating, which are generally fairly accurate, though you can't compare the numbers across cities. a 28 in san francisco will be vastly better than a 28 in detroit, for example...