Might I suggest the Four Seasons. The food is exceptional, the service is top notch, and the prices are outrageous. Most of the patrons probably voted for John Kerry. It should be relatively easy for this establishment to feed the poor. In fact, let's give them a call and ask them if they should shutter their dining room and use it to feed the poor.
Of-course the absurdity of the study lies in the nature of the questions and the spin that is put on the answers. When you ask people, in a city where eating out and eating well is such a big part of ordinary life, whether they find it "somewhat or very difficult to afford food," an affirmative answer indicates nothing more than people's general disapproval of rising prices.
From this, the studiers conclude that those people are actually "at risk from hunger." And the media faithfully and uncritically trumpet this unanalyzed piece of garbage.
It would be amazing if it were not so par-for-the-course.