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14 Restaurant Tricks That Will Save You Money Every Time You Dine Out

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics points to a 20.1% uptick in food spending related to "food away from home" that began post-COVID in 2022, breezing past 2019 spending levels. According to Axios, the U.S. consumer spent 20.7% more money on eating out than on groceries, a percentage that grew to 29.5% in the first quarter of 2023. That's roughly $130 for every $100 Americans spent on groceries, representing a reversal of trends in the last decade wherein 2013 grocery expenses took the lead.

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    14 Restaurant Tricks That Will Save You Money Every Time You Dine Out

    14 Restaurant Tricks That Will Save You Money Every Time You Dine Out

    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics points to a 20.1% uptick in food spending related to "food away from home" that began post-COVID in 2022, …

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