Ask Prof Wolff: High Costs of Restaurant Dinners

A Patron of Economic Update asks: Hi Prof. Wolff, I came across the following article from the restaurants specialized magazine 'Food service equipment' where they point out the increase of restaurants that charge, on average, £200+ per head. How can this be explained when the global economy has been badly affected by Covid?"

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  • shine lee
    commented 2022-10-13 06:44:16 -0400
    The cost of dining out can quickly increase, especially if you eat at a more upscale restaurant. The average cost of a three-course meal for two people at a mid-range restaurant is around $60. If you add in the cost of drinks, appetizers, and dessert, you could see a bill of over $100.
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