CHICAGO — New research by Mintel shows consumers are still keeping a watchful eye on their discretionary spending especially when it comes to eating out in a restaurant. A full 63% of respondents said "it’s too expensive to eat out regularly," and 24% said they plan to spend less at restaurants this year than they did in 2010. While 10% said they’d spend more in restaurants than they did last year, 66% will keep the status quo, they said, spending the same amount in restaurants as they did ...

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