Halloween is a good holiday for restaurateurs looking to scare up business, according to the National Restaurant Association. NRA research found that 20 percent of Americans said they expect to order takeout or delivery from a restaurant while they wait for trick-or-treaters to visit. That figure rises to 33 percent for younger adults ages 18 to 34, and 28 percent for families with children. Meanwhile, the NRA said 16 percent of adults plan to celebrate Halloween over the weekend or ...
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