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Zagat 2015 Miami Restaurant Survey Results Announced

Provides interesting insight into city's dining scene

Photo Courtesy of Zuma

This morning, Zagat released its annual restaurant survey and it showed some interesting findings about Miami and its dining habits.

According to the survey results, Miami diners eat out a lot -- an average of almost 5 times per week, spending about $41.35 per meal. Our favorite cuisine? Italian, followed by American and seafood.

As for what annoys Miami diners, poor service came in number one on that list. And cash certainly is not king, with 46 percent of diners saying they "are less included to dine at a restaurant with a cash-only policy." We are also picky eaters, with 92 percent of diners saying they have sent back something to the kitchen.

However, the survey wasn't all about our dining habits as people also chimed in on their favorite restaurants. Taking home the big honors were Zuma for top food, Juvia for top decor, Il Gabbiano for top service, and Joe's Stone Crab for most popular. Read about the rest of the results and all the winners here.

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