Many are cutting back on going out to restaurants.
- According to research from The NPD Group, there's been less dining out for those in lower-income households.
- Data found that households earning under $75 thousand ate at home 89% of the time.
- The quarter ending in June showed a decline in restaurant visits for that same income bracket.
- Meanwhile, one in four families in the $45 thousand budget reported skipping restaurant dinings because of cost.
- Have you cut back on going out to restaurants? How do you save on food?