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2014 Zagat Boston guide give top food awards to two oyster restaurants

From left: Owners Jeff and Kelli Nace and chef David Nevins of Neptune Oyster, named the top Boston restaurant in the 2014 Zagat survey.
From left: Owners Jeff and Kelli Nace and chef David Nevins of Neptune Oyster, named the top Boston restaurant in the 2014 Zagat survey.Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff/file 2005

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The 2014 Zagat restaurant survey coming out on Thursday gives the top food award to two oyster spots: No. 1 is Neptune Oyster (4th last year), No. 2 is Island Creek (it didn't make the top list last year). Oleana is next, then Craigie on Main, Lumiere, Life Alive, Menton, No. 9 Park, Hamersley’s, and Il Capriccio, which is enjoying a comeback (32nd last year). On the phone from their offices at Google headquarters in New York -- Zagat guides, one of the first to crowd source reviews, were acquired two years ago -- co-chairs Tim and Nina Zagat (pronounced zah-GAAT) offer some trends...

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