Whether you're going out or staying in, the increase in food prices will leave you paying more.
That increase is due to several factors, including persistent drought and devastating heat waves.
Closer to home, the effects are being seen everywhere from roadside stands to upscale restaurants.
Food sellers are challenged with the task of maintaining customers and profits at the same time.
Brian Green with Cypress Street Station tells us that they will try to keep costs down by looking for produce at local farmer's markets or having their food purveyors compete to find the lowest cost.
They'll also change their menu to include seasonal foods that may come at a lower cost than those not in season.
Heff's Burgers won't sacrifice meat quality, but instead, reduces the number of kitchen staff.
Carol Flores, who runs a produce stand on Treadaway, is dealing with higher food costs but chooses to keep prices similar to last year. This means less money for her but she chooses to support Texas farmers.