Weak traffic trends continued to plague the restaurant industry in April, though consumers appear to be spending more when they dine out, according to the latest NRN-MillerPulse report. Same-store sales increased a less-than-robust 1.7 percent industrywide in April, slightly lower than the 1.8-percent increase recorded in March. Still, the two-year trend held steady at 3.5 percent, and if that trend continues, same-store sales will likely rise 0.7 percent for the year, the report said, ...
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