Download: Data says more Americans making restaurant reservations for one

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Americans are getting over their fears and eating out alone.

Reservations for one have soared by 62 percent over the past two years.

OpenTable.com released their analysis from reservations made through its service. It suggests more people are taking the time to treat themselves.

Big cities like Dallas, Miami, New York and Philadelphia saw the biggest increases.

Not only are most of us not afraid to eat alone; Medical Daily says when we do, we eat healthier than when we’re in a group.

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