Tag: eating out

Kids Eat Free & Adults Eat Cheap

Kids Eat Free & Adults Eat Cheap

May 12, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Many people consider eating out to be a special treat. This is certainly true if you’re watching your wallet. However, did you know you can take the family out on a budget, sometimes almost for free! Here’s GroceryCouponNetwork.com tips to enjoy a meal out at a price you’ll also savor.

Dinners From Around The World

Dinners From Around The World

November 13, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Dinner: it’s one of the world’s favorite meals of the day. According to research, 43 percent of families in the U.S. eat dinner together every evening. Americans eat out approximately 1.4 times per week. When Americans do leave the house for a professionally prepared meal, they tend to visit Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Pizza, and Thai restaurants most often. So how do our dinner eating habits compare to the rest of the world?

There is Always Something to Eat in the City That Never Sleeps

There is Always Something to Eat in the City That Never Sleeps

February 14, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Foodborne illnesses are a major problem in the United States. Each year in the U.S. 76 million get sick from some type of foodborne illness. So it’s important that we have a way to rate restaurants so that customers know where to go and where to avoid according to how sanitary the restaurant is. Check out the infographic below from LetterGradeConsultants to learn about the letter grade system, specifically in NYC.

Dine and Dish: Are Social Media and Food the Perfect Pairing?

Dine and Dish: Are Social Media and Food the Perfect Pairing?

May 14, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Currently, 49 percent — or nearly half — of surveyed consumers learn about food through social networks, and 9 percent have downloaded a mobile food app in the past year. From tweeting about the delectable belgian waffle they just ate and discovering recipes on image-centric cooking blogs to checking into the hottest new restaurants, more food-obsessed Americans are turning to social technology to help satiate their cravings.