New study: Solo diners on the rise

New study: Solo diners on the rise

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Restaurant reservation site OpenTable crunched its numbers recently and came up with an interesting finding: The number of people going out to eat on their own has risen significantly in recent years, as evidenced by the number of party-of-one reservations made via OpenTable. Solo dining reservations have grown nationally by 62 percent in the past two years, making it the platform’s fastest-growing party size.

One likely contributor to this trend is the increase in single-person

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