Austin tops list of where people spend most on dining out

Survey shows how much people dine out
Survey shows how much people dine out

As a follow up to the Top Spending U.S. Cities report recently issued, Bundle.com has compiled the data to find the top spending U.S. cities when it comes to food and drink. The new report found that Austin, Texas, tops that list and once again, Detroit is at the bottom.

The report also shows when we spend the most, what households spend the most, as well as a breakdown of what ages and incomes spend the most on food and drink.

To determine the food and drink spending, Bundle looked at grocery and restaurant purchases from 2009 and determined that the U.S. average for percentage of money spent on eating out is 37%; a number that Atlanta easily beats with its record high of 57% of food and drink spending happening out on the town.