The increasingly important senior citizen restaurant customer prefers to be served and pay at the table, likes booth seating, and wants clean restaurants, university researchers found. Despite a preference for table service versus self service and paying the server instead of a cashier, when those options are available, seniors identified quick-service restaurants as their most likely choice for breakfast and lunch, according to Richard F. Ghiselli, a Purdue University professor who was ...

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