Why Are Casual-Dining Chains Struggling? | Los Angeles Times

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Consumer incomes generally are not increasing fast enough to match rising household costs, which has crimped business at these restaurants. (Sept. 18, 2017) (Sign up for our free video newsletter here http://bit.ly/2n6VKPR)

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8 thoughts on “Why Are Casual-Dining Chains Struggling? | Los Angeles Times”

  1. A casual dining restaurant used to be a good place to take a date. But, recently i went to red robin, alone, and i had to get a refund b4 the food came out bcuz the service was a joke.. Plus ppl are getting weirder so i avoid crowded places.

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