TIMES: Low Prices and Booze Put Brunch on the Rise

November 24, 2009 § 1 Comment

Brunches are enjoyables meals, preferably  on a slacking-sunday, or most importantly, when having extra cash. Now, you ask, why brunches are back on the rise when it is the time of recession, and more and more people are turning to their kitchens than their wallets.

Well, the thing is that brunches are popular amongst men in their 20s and early 30sーthe unmarried gang. The demographic associated in the people who perk not until late in the morning, and lack in their cooking skills (no offense!). They simply desire to choose brunches over fancy restaurants, as expected, due to the economic turndown. Brunches serves for a fairly larger quantity. After all, it’s two meals into one! It should be cheaper, because the amount of food people can consume is limited per meal.

We can take this, as brunches being substitutes for fancy restaurants, and not to forget, for people who are inadequate when it comes to cooking, or too much troublesome, and even time consuming. Instead of reserving and paying more for a meal on a regular weekend, it is probably more wallet-friendly to go out on a nice brunch.

TIMES: Low Prices and Booze Put Brunch on the Rise

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