After years of trading down to limited-service restaurants as a result of the recession, consumers appear to be ramping up their spending on casual dining, according to a new market research report. For its Restaurant Industry Tracking Survey, Dectiva asked diners where they were spending their money across the restaurant landscape, from limited service — which includes quick-service and fast-casual players — to casual and fine dining. The Santa Monica, Calif.-based market ...
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