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Major metros only

For now, the new Zagat only covers a few select cities, like San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. Expanded coverage is coming soon.

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Familiar interface

The sliding menu on the side brings Zagat more in line with other Google-made apps like Google+.

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Search

Search results look similar to Google Now cards. And with the buttons up top, you can switch between different types of results.

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Filters galore

One of Zagat's biggest strength is its wealth of filter options, which make it easy to home in on just the right restaurant.

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News, features, videos, and more

The new app now offers more access to editorial content curated by Zagat staffers.

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of 5
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