Williamsburg diners, along with East Villagers, Long Island City-ites and Park Slopers are the least likely to leave their zip code to eat out, according to some new data about the city's dining habits commissioned by the Post. "The L is a joke on weekends, and so many restaurants in Manhattan just end up being a complete shitshow, with the waits and the crowds and the bad service," said one Gothamist staffer who lives in Williamsburg. "Leaving the area to eat just seems like an unnecessary hassle," said another. The top three favorite dining destinations in the 11211 zip code? DuMont Burger, Marlow & Sons, and Motorino, whose unfortunate recent shuttering paves the way for some new neighborhood joints to steal the title.

Other noteworthy nuggets from the data mining include: people pretty much all over the city still really like diners (probably because people pretty much all over the city still need a hangover omelet on Saturdays), and Harlemites and Staten Islanders have absolutely no shame in their love for national chains like Applebee's and Popeye's—which is kind of understandable when you check out the latter's scoop-shaped chicken snacks!