Casual-dining chains may be missing an opportunity to capture patrons of fine-dining restaurants who are looking to cut back on spending, according to new consumer research by consulting firm Consumer Edge Insight. For the first in a series of quarterly Restaurant DemandTracker surveys, Stamford, Conn.-based Consumer Edge Insight in July asked about 3,100 consumers across the country who visit restaurants at least once per month about what makes them choose one restaurant above another, ...
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