Whether you’ve just met someone you’re interested in or have been dating for months, there’s little that compares to the anticipation of “date night.” Sharing a night out, away from the pressures of your classes, is a great way to connect with your significant other.
Of course, you know it comes with a cost. Even if you and your date are splitting the cost, having dinner out and seeing a movie could easily run you $50 each depending on where you live and your choice of restaurant.
But let’s focus on a fun fact about dating for a minute, before thinking more about the finances behind your next night out.
Interestingly enough, it seems that sushi restaurants may be capitalizing on this idea that it’s a good option for date night. According to Bloomberg’s “Sushinomics” index, which tracks the price of two standard rolls in major metro areas, your night out is getting more expensive — especially if you’re in Seattle; Portland, Oregon; or Washington, D.C. Check out below how the prices have increased since 2011, as well as where you can still get a great deal on sushi.
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