Dining out Dayparts - US - October 2017
Dining out Dayparts - US - October 2017

"Lunch and dinner are the key dayparts driving regular visitation, with lunch serving as the key weekday meal and dinner a core weekend meal. Millennials are driving less-traditional segments, such as snacking, happy hours, and brunch, and operators are striving to create menus that appeal to every daypart. With nearly a quarter of consumers saying they don’t regularly dine out during the week, restaurants have to compete with the ...

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Executive Summary

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The Consumer – What You Need to Know
Dining Out by Meal Occasion
Weekday Lunch Preferences and Habits
Dining Out Behaviors
Reasons for Not Dining Out
Restaurant Preferences While Dining Out
Reasons for Dining Out

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