On average, how much does it cost to eat out?


The average cost of a single individual eating out is approximately $281.00 per month. This number is subject to variation due to the fact that certain establishments such as fine dining restaurants are considerably higher in cost than fast food chains or local diners. On the low extreme, the average cost of a single individual eating out is approximately $24.00 per month.

Casual diner prices range from approximately $1.50 to $8.00 for side dishes and appetizers and $13.00 to $15.00 for entrées. Upscale restaurant prices range from approximately $10.00 to $16.00 for appetizers and salads and $40.00 and upwards for entrées.

The average cost of living for single individuals in the United States is $3687 per month. Food and drink equates for $667.00. While this is an average, there are also low and high extremes. Low spenders spend only a portion of this average per month, while high spenders spend double to triple the amount.

The average cost of eating out fluctuates with current economic factors. Times of recession can lead to slower business for restaurant owners, as individuals of all income levels tend to pinch their pennies during a recession and opt for cheap fast food or affordable home-cooked meals.

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