Strong unit-level results continued to drive restaurant industry performance in the 2013 Top 100, as operators focused on what happens in “the box” to make up for a lack of aggressive unit expansion and consumer spending. Positive momentum came from such menu moves as limited-time offers and marketing efforts to encourage repeat visits or upsell beverages or desserts. Many restaurants also turned to price increases to build per-unit sales volumes and offset higher commodity ...
Subscribe to a Premium Account
Why Upgrade your account?
NRN is your one-stop source for foodservice news and business intelligence. Upgrade today and get unlimited online access to all breaking news, in-depth analysis, data and tools. This includes digital versions of NRN flagship reports (Consumer Picks, Top 200) as well as Same Store Sales Data Tables, Quarterly Industry Snapshots and more.
Questions about your account or how to access content?
Contact: Desiree Torres Desiree.Torres@penton.com