Restaurants we love the most, according to the American Consumer Satisfaction Index

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The American Consumer Satisfaction Index says it surveys about 70,000 customers nationally about products they use the most. The surveys include questions about national restaurants.

The news is great for Cracker Barrel, LongHorn Steakhouse and Texas Roadhouse, and a little worse for Outback Steakhouse, Chili's and Denny's. Here is a full look at survey results.

To learn more about the American Consumer Satisfaction Index survey, click here.

13. Denny's

Denny's finished last on the 2016 American Consumer
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Denny's finished last on the 2016 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 74, down a point from the previous year.

12. Chili's

Chili's finished 12th on the 2016 American Consumer
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Chili's finished 12th on the 2016 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 75, up a point from 2015. This is the chain's East Northport location.

11. Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse ranked 11th American Consumer Satisfaction Index
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Outback Steakhouse ranked 11th American Consumer Satisfaction Index in 2016, with a score of 77, down a point from the previous year. This is the chain's Merrick location.

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10. T.G.I. Friday's

T.G.I. Friday's finished tied for ninth on the
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T.G.I. Friday's finished tied for ninth on the 2016 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 78, up 2 points from the previous year.

9. Ruby Tuesday

Ruby Tuesday was the biggest climber in the
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Ruby Tuesday was the biggest climber in the 2016 American Consumer Satisfaction Index for 2016, jumping from 73 in 2015 to 78, good for a tie for ninth place.

7 (tie). Red Lobster

Red Lobster scored 79 on the American Consumer
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Red Lobster scored 79 on the American Consumer Satisfaction Index for 2016, putting it in a two-place tie for seventh. The chain's mark was up from a 2015 score of 77.

7 (tie). Applebee's

Applebee's finished tied for seventh on the American
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Applebee's finished tied for seventh on the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 79, up a point from the chain's 2015 score.

6. Red Robin

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, which has two locations
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Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, which has two locations on Long Island in Carle Place and West Babylon finished sixth on the 2016 American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 80, up 3 points from the previous year's score.

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4 (tie). Olive Garden

Olive Garden finished in a two-way tie for
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Olive Garden finished in a two-way tie for fourth on the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 81, up 2 points from 2015's score.

4 (tie). All others

The catch-all category of All Others ranked tied
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The catch-all category of All Others ranked tied for fourth in the survey, with a score of 81.

3. Texas Roadhouse

Texas Roadhouse, which has Long Island locations in
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Texas Roadhouse, which has Long Island locations in Deer Park and East Meadow, ranked third the American Consumer Satisfaction Index with a score of 82, down a point from 2015's score.

2. Longhorn Steakhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse finished second on the American Consumer
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LongHorn Steakhouse finished second on the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 82 in 2016, up a point from the previous year.

1. Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel, which has no locations on Long
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Cracker Barrel, which has no locations on Long Island, but is a popular roadside attraction in many states, finished first in the American Consumer Satisfaction Index, with a score of 83, up 3 points from 2015's survey.

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