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Las Vegas Named The Most Expensive City for Dining Out

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The average restaurant bill in Las Vegas rings in at $46 per person.

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A new listicle finds that Las Vegas is the most expensive city for dining out. The Strawhecker Group found that the average bill in Las Vegas is $46 per person. New York City came in second at $45 per person, followed by Honolulu at $44 per person.

Chattanooga, Tenn., Provo, Utah, and Augusta, Ga., came in at the bottom with $24, $23 and $23 average checks respectively.

The national average for a restaurant check is $33 per person.

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