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USA Today: Colorado tops in restaurant inflation

Colorado restaurants have the most inflated prices in the nation, according to a new study from USA Today.

Restaurant spending in the Centennial state is up 24% since the beginning of the year, compared to just 9% nationwide.

The result has been a 2% drop in reservations since February. 

“People are now spending an average of $112.95 in restaurants every two weeks, up from $91.45 six months ago,” according to the USA Today study, which analyzed U.S. Census Bureau data. 

Source: BizWest