Over the past decade, many restaurant owners have benefited from a little- noticed demographic trend: high growth combined with large numbers of baby boomer households in their peak earning years of 45 to 54 years old. People that age are important because, while they comprise only about one-fifth of all households, in recent years they have accounted for $1 in every $4 spent at restaurants. Boomers in that age range have three characteristics that make them such good restaurant ...
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