The New York Times is reporting that a new study by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCHA) shows that many of the best restaurants in the country are located in small and mid-sized cities.

In the study, published by the NYCHA on Thursday, they found that the number of small and Mid-Size Restaurants in the U.S. has grown by about 4% since 2010.

That is roughly a doubling of the number in 2010.

The study was conducted by the NYCCHA’s Food and Consumer Safety Bureau, which was funded by the U,S.

Department of Agriculture.

According to the NYTimes, the bureau found that a whopping 95% of the restaurants surveyed were located in a city with fewer than 2,000 people.

The study found that most of the food in the restaurants is made in-house, with many of them sourcing their ingredients from local farmers.NYCHA has taken steps to reduce the number and type of food establishments in their cities, but they are only getting started.