Consumers are eating more restaurant meals, but many are more cautious about going out to eat


Johnny D’agostina digs into a pizza outside Quattro restaurant on Hanover Street in the North End neighborhood of Boston, MA on June 11, 2020.

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As states reopen, consumers are going out for meals more often, but about a quarter are still not using restaurants at all and some have a higher level of discomfort about in-restaurant dining than in April, a new survey found.

A Bank of America survey of 1,000 people on June 18 found that about 32% do not think they will be comfortable dining in a restaurant

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