In the end, we all know that the success of your restaurant will depend on whether you present the customers in your market area with the type of dining experience that appeals directly to them on a regular basis. But how closely are you factoring in your customers’ dining patterns and preferences in your site selection process? Most restaurateurs will emphatically proclaim, “Of course, understanding the dining needs of the potential customers in the market area is always the ...
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