High-end food, pared-down service open up opportunities for operators
Consumers’ demand for top-notch food and convenience are dovetailing in an emerging restaurant segment. “Fast fine” restaurants often have check averages in the mid-teens or higher and offer fast-casual-style service and extensive counter seating with takeout. But a distinguishing characteristic of this new style of restaurant is that customers can control their experience and spend as little or as much as they want. At Cascabel, a taqueria on New York City’s Upper ...
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