fast casual dining Tag

The popularity of Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) and fast casual dining trended upward in 2018 and will continue to increase as Americans increasingly opted for meals that could be eaten at home. Some leading quick service restaurants reported that drive thru orders accounted for nearly 70 percent of...

Business dining accounts for nearly 20 percent of all annual travel expenses in the United States. Estimates in 2018 alone, show business travelers spent more than $77 billion on meals, snacks, and drinks while on the road. Wooing these business customers could be a boon to fast casual...

The drive thru is the cornerstone of the quick service dining experience, with well over 50 percent of fast food sales in the United States derived from the drive thru. Drive thru value is continuing to grow and, therefore, the importance of drive thru...

According to recent restaurant industry research, the future of “snackable bites” is optimistic within the fast casual dining and quick service-dining sector. Rapid growth in this market was predicted, due to a strengthening economy coupled with changing consumer attitudes toward snacking. Consumer behavioral...

According to Wikinvest, the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) industry represents one of the largest segments of the food industry with over 200,000 restaurants and $120B in sales in the United States alone. With an approximate 20 percent increase in workers in the quick service restaurant...

The fast casual sector of the restaurant industry has continued to gain popularity over the past few years by focusing its strategic efforts on appealing to a specific demographic: Millennials. Leading analysts show that these young adults in their early 20’s and 30’s account for...