The 30,592 diners who participated in this year's Google-owned Zagat Survey have spoken and declared that Greenpoint pie purveyor Paulie Gee's fires up the city's top pizza. In the 2015 guide, which was released today, the eaters lauded the "destination-worthy"—that's called "borough-shaming," Zagat!—pizzeria's "one-of-a-kind" toppings and Paulie's hands-on service as their favorite pick of the city's dense pizza population. Following closely behind Paulie's funky pies were the offerings at Lucali in Carroll Gardens, Juliana's in Dumbo, Totonno's of Coney Island and then Bushwick's Roberta's.

If the Brooklyn theme was apparent in the pizza category, it's with good reason. The borough saw a 28% increase in the number of eateries reviewed, with 340 establishments making this year's list. Of those, Williamsburg's St. Anselm was ranked best of the borough, calling the steakhouse "cool" but "unpretentious" and saying that it has some of "the city's best" beef. Other top borough picks included SriPraPhai, a Thai eatery in Queens; Roberto's Italian in the Bronx; and Denino's Pizzeria, taking home top honors for Staten Island.

For the overall winners, fancy, chef-driven spots ranked highest, including Eric Ripert's seafood spot Le Bernadin and Jean-Georges—both of which also maintained their three Michelin stars this year—as well as David Bouley's eponymous restaurant in Tribeca. Though highest ranked, the pricey eateries lost out the popularity contest (with the exception of Le Bernadin) to casual, less tweezer-food-style spots, including top pick Gramercy Tavern, 5 Napkin Burger, Shake Shack and perennial favorite Peter Luger. Raw fish temple Sushi Nakazawa was voted best newcomer.

Chinatown's Excellent Dumpling House won over thrifty diners, ranking as the best dumplings in the city. Other recommendations by Zagat diners: for ice cream, turn to Ample Hills; for tacos, Tacombi at Fonda Nolita; and for lobster rolls and raw bars, Pearl Oyster Bar in the West Village. Expect devotees of the Survey (aka: your mom) on the next bus from Poughkeepsie.