According to a mindful spending study conducted by Chase Blueprint, most Americans agree that it is important to treat yourself and are more likely to spend their money engaging in activities like dining out at a restaurant.

While it’s nice to treat yourself and others to dinner at a restaurant, eating out can quickly rack up an expensive bill.

Check out the slideshow above to discover 15 things you should keep in mind when dining out on a budget.

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