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Why are restaurants losing sit-down customers?

Traditional sit-down chain restaurants are seeing fewer sales as customers value convenience and affordability over the tried and true.

The food industry is still growing, but in different sectors than before. 122 more words

The Christian Science Monitor

Restaurant Customers Uninterested In Sit-Down Chains, Still Hungry

When you go out to eat, where do you go? Restaurant-watchers are noticing that business at sit-down establishments is dropping, while convenience stores, restaurants that deliver, and even supermarkets with ready-to-eat food are all increasing their business. 241 more words

Food & Personal Care

Best of the Worst: Kid's Meals at Your Favorite Chain Restaurant

Here we go again! Despite my best intentions, eating out is often inevitable for my family. With two kids and another on the way, I’ve learned to cut myself some slack when I am not able to serve home cooked meals everyday. 738 more words


hardly fine dining in a fake general warren village

Sometimes imitation isn’t the sincerest form of flattery. Sometimes it is just imitation or borrowing a name to play on the history they don’t care about anyway. ¬† 1,478 more words

Current Events/news

I'm vegan. Where can I eat?

It may look quite hard to eat out when you only things on the menu are meat, meat and meat. You can do this! There are lots of chain restaurants that have separate vegan menus and those who don’t can cater for you no problem. 325 more words


"Come as you are"

Before restaurants adopted the expression, it was used by churches, with a double meaning that referred both to dress and to the shame of past deeds. 776 more words

Restaurant Customs

Foodie Friday - Focus on Prezzo 

As a mum I’m always on the lookout for a restaurant that will accommodate my slightly wayward children when we go for a family meal. The children are typical kids who get bored fairly easily and are also fussy with what they eat. 283 more words