In Grub Street column out today, Felix Salmon takes an infographic approach to what people actual throw down for fine dinning in New York City. But the finance writer goes into even more detail over at his Reuters blog.
Using data from a new Made in NYC startup called Bundle, which shows “how people spend and save money,” as well as Zagats, Mr. Salmon displays the mean cost of a restaurant meal (the blue line) as well as the median cost of a meal (the red line). The data is broken down for some of the city’s ritziest spots, such as Per Se, Megu, Daniel, Babbo, and Mr. Chow. Read More