Patrons No Longer Interested In Casual Restaurants [Headlines]


Consumers are venturing out to eat less frequently because of the trouble economy, so when they go they expect more.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK

VP of market research firm for food service companies, Sandelman and Associates, claims:¬†“Casual dining has struggled to retain the visitation they were getting prior to the recession.” ¬†Making few trips to restaurants, diners are expecting more when they do eat out, putting pressure on restauranteurs to meet these expectations 100% of the time. OPEN Forum

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