Chew on this: Higher taxes cut into restaurant spending

Chew on this: Higher taxes cut into restaurant spending

Consumers have reduced their spending on dining out after payroll taxes rose. Despite that, some concepts, including Danny Meyer’s burger chain Shake Shack and upstart Blaze Pizza, are growing. Meanwhile, steakhouses are trying different approaches when marketing to women. And Americans are now the world’s top wine market.

Taxes bite. Americans cut spending on dining out due to higher taxes. (

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