Restaurant Sales Spike Nearly To 2019 Levels In March

Americans have been eager to go out to eat and drink for more than a year, and it looks like they are finally doing so in greater numbers as states ease restrictions, more people are vaccinated and stimulus checks hit bank accounts. Eating and drinking places enjoyed sales of $62.2B in March, according to the Census Bureau. That is up 13.4% from February ($54.8B) and is 36% higher than the dismal March 2020 total ($45.7B).

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