Residents of Houston, Miami go out to eat at restaurants more than people who reside anywhere else in the U.S., according to survey

LOS ANGELES , October 26, 2011 () – A recent survey showed that people in Houston and Miami go out to eat at restaurants more than people who reside anywhere else in the country, The Huffington Post reported Oct. 25.

According to the Zagat survey, Houston residents had four meals per week at restaurants, with people in Miami eating out 3.4 times a week. Nationwide, people ate out, on average, 3.1 times a week.

When factoring in take-out food, Chicago and New York top the list. Chicago residents eat 52% of their meals at either sit-down or take-out restaurants. In New York, that number is 50%.

The primary source of this article is The Huffington Post, New York, New York, on Oct. 25, 2011.

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