Lunch remains the most popular time for patronizing restaurants, recent consumer research shows, but restaurants need to reach a diverse dining-out audience in different ways. The first “Dining Out” study from group-buying service LivingSocial, released last week, found that consumers eat out at the midday meal more than at any other time. The survey of 4,000 consumers in the United States found that, on average, Americans eat 2.6 meals at restaurants per week at lunchtime, ...
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