NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Aside from the office, many New Yorkers spend more time at restaurants than they do at home, whether it’s for a business lunch, happy hour or dinnertime meeting.

While you may be making crucial business deals over dinner, are you making the best decisions when it comes to your health?

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Dr. Michael Ghalchi, of the Manhattan Cardiovascular Associates, stopped by CBS2 on Sunday morning to discuss the do’s and don’ts of social business dining.

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Click on the video above to view the whole interview.

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