Household expenditures on food away from home (FAFH) are analyzed with the use of the 2006. Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES). A most general double hurdle model that analyzes not only the likelihood of consuming. FAFH but also the size of expenditure on FAFH is estimated. A Box-Cox Tobit model is also estimated. Results suggest households with higher income, working wives, cars, and employed, married and male household heads are more likely to consume FAFH and also to consume more than others. Estimated income elasticity of FAFH expenditure is almost twice as high as that of at-home food consumption.