fbpx Skip to main content

Casual Dining Decreases After Labor Day

October 15, 2014

You may have noticed lately that your email and TV commercials have been flooded with announcements about discounts and specials at your favorite casual dining restaurants. According to Bloomberg Businessweek this is related to the decrease in Restaurant spending that hits restaurants after the Labor Day holiday.

Restaurants typically are more expensive then meals prepared at home and during the months after students go back to school and families are spending in other areas such as school clothes, supplies, books or tuition, dining out becomes one of the first expenses cut.

The chart below demonstrates the drop and spikes in the dining industry spending.

For more: September Is the Cruelest Month for Restaurants

Contact Us
close slider

Investment Realty - Contact Us

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.