Report: Boomers dine out while millennials stay home

Young adults are cutting back on dining out while baby boomers and seniors are heading to restaurants more often than they did in 2008, according to new data from NPD Group. "Boomers and older have increased their share of restaurant traffic by six percentage points since 2008 and millennials have decreased their share of traffic by six percentage points," the report says.

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