Nearly 30 percent of American consumers say they intend to spend less on dining out in the year ahead, according to a new survey from business advisory firm AlixPartners. Each year the New York-based firm conducts a survey of about 1,000 consumers on dining out expectations and preferences. This year’s survey results show that diners expect to spend 9.1 percent less per restaurant meal this year, or about $13.55, compared with the $14.91 they said they spent last year per ...
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