Study: Twin Cities residents eat out less than anyone else in the nation

We only dine out about 3.5 times a week, compared to the national average of 4.8 -- that's about 250 restaurant meals per year. The study also found that when Twin Cities residents do go out, they most commonly choose Mexican, Chinese and Italian.
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We only dine out about 3.5 times a week, compared to the national average of 4.8 -- that's about 250 restaurant meals per year. The study also found that when Twin Cities residents do go out, they most commonly choose Mexican, Chinese and Italian.

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