Study: Dallas Diners Eat Out More Than Any Other City. Like, A Lot More.
Speaking of Dallas being unfit to walk from here-to-there without grasping a building ...
According to a study on Bundle, which attempted to break down the stats on dining out in American cities, Dallasites are eating out more often than any major city. Yes, even New York City. Hard to imag --[finishes Chicken Crisper at Chili's]
The interesting bites from Bundle:
-Dallas residents spend 12% more than average at restaurants.
-If you add dining out results and paying more results, Dallas diners spend 91% more than the average household.
-Plano, Fort Worth and Austin top the list.
Wow, right? So, how'd Bundle figure it? According to their piece:
Aggregated credit card transactions -- to find households with at least five restaurant tabs in the past three years. Then we ranked cities based on the average amount spent per month in restaurants, excluding fast food eateries and bars, and indexed the cities to the U.S. average.
Innnterreeesting. There's even a infographic, which shows the startlingly high probability that we'll ditch the quinoa on the stovetop for In-N-Out in a damn hurry. Anyway, see you at Smoke later right? Or Bolsa? Or Chesterfield? Or Lee Harvey's?
Bundle.com Hi-Res right here