Asked by KTVZ 408 Votes Are higher prices affecting your restaurant/grocery choices? 83% Yes! Yes! 7 17% No! No! 5 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Copy Link 83% Yes! Add Comment Comment Share with friends 7 Comments 0 Jer W Amazingly restaurants remain open with high wages for low skill jobs and crazy food prices. Good luck sustaining that! Reply Reply 0 Andrea Keller cooking at home more. Reply Reply 0 Lynn Huntley Buying less (if on sale, only one or two instead of several). Trying more store brands. They really are just as good. Reply Reply 0 Dianne Price By only what is really needed & don't eat out, Reply Reply 0 Greg Norton Because if everyone would of voted republican, we wouldn't be in this situation! Our state is ruined because of liberals. Reply Reply 0 Gabe West It's Biden fault for the inflation not russia Reply Reply CB Gabe, my dude, you have to stop screaming like a mad man about Biden and Democrats. You do nothing for your cause. It's so disappointing to see a grown man behave the way you do. Steven Daniels Completely unresponsive to the question. Apparently, no problem on this site. 17% No! Add Comment Comment Share with friends 5 Comments 0 Clancy Prentice Haven't been to a restaurant in years! Reply Reply 0 Dieter We almost never go out to eat eating at home is always cheaper and healthier; as for groceries, we buy what we need. Reply Reply 0 Jon Krutsch Beyond the massive media hype, I haven't really noticed much difference in prices. Reply Reply den b Try buying some groceries.