Holiday’s timing expected to yield a long weekend of strong sales
Valentine’s Day is always a boon to the restaurant industry as many couples celebrate by going out for a romantic dinner. But having the holiday fall on a Monday, as it does this year, is especially good for business, according to many restaurateurs. “Monday is the best day you can have Valentine’s Day on, because you end up with a strong weekend plus the carryover on Monday,” which is traditionally a slow night, said John Brandt-Lee, chef-owner of Avalon Restaurant ...
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