Restaurant industry same-store sales declined in January due to pullback from consumers, according to the latest NRN-MillerPulse survey. Contributing to the same-store sales dip at restaurants is a significant drop in premium entrée orders, possibly due to consumer frugality after increases in the payroll tax, according to MillerPulse. RELATED • Survey: Restaurant customers to tighten wallets • Fear of 'fiscal cliff' clouds operator sales ...
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