It is pronounced ZagAT or ZAGat??
I've always wondered...
From the 'hound dictionary:
Main Entry: Za·gat
Pronunciation: ' USE-LESS '
Definitions: 1. Savvy marketer
2. Door stop
3. Paper weight
I disagree- I think Zagat varies per the city you're in.
I found it indispensable in New York, but in LA, In N Out got as high a rating of some four star restaurants in New York. Go figure.
Oh- and it's zuh-GAT. My friend is a friend of the Zagat family and she says that's how they say it.
It's pronounced to rhyme with cat, hat or bat.
As Tim and Nina Zagat are fond of saying "Zagat. It rhymes with Cat in the Hat".
How do I know this? I worked for Tim and Nina for 6 months.
Peter in the Heights