From compiled research from Harvard University School of Business to National Restaurant Magazine. All with setting there sights on the future of the fast and the casual. For 2019 and for the average consumer the focous on amazing food with the best quality product they can offer. More time will be spent dining out if offerd at in affordable price.
It’s easier than ever not to cook, and Americans are taking advantage of that. The average household spends an average of $3,008 per year on dining out, the Bureau of Labor Statistics
The average American eats an average of 4.2 commercially prepared meals per week. In other words, as a nation, we eat out between four and five times a week, on average. This number equates to 18.2 meals in an average month eaten outside the home.Oct 18, 2017
So between an average $6 fast-food meal with add-ons, and an average $10 dine-in option equally distributed across weekdays, our average lunch cost is $8. (For some people, that’s still low, but we’ll work with that for now.) Assuming a five day workweek, that’s $40 per week, or $160 per month. Aug 5, 2013 this model still being used today 2017
Tate Dining Room Hong Kong Chef Vicky Lau