RESTAURANTS LOSING TABLE COVERS TO TAKEOUT: POLL

WASHINGTON -- Full-service restaurants are expanding their use of out-of-house dining options for consumers such as curbside takeout and drive-thru, according to the National Restaurant Association's new 2003 Restaurant Industry Forecast. The report found that nearly six of 10 operators of restaurants with per-person check averages of $8 to $24.99 say that takeout represents a larger proportion of

WASHINGTON -- Full-service restaurants are expanding their use of out-of-house dining options for consumers such as curbside takeout and drive-thru, according to the National Restaurant Association's new 2003 Restaurant Industry Forecast. The report found that nearly six of 10 operators of restaurants with per-person check averages of $8 to $24.99 say that takeout represents a larger proportion of their total sales than it did two years ago. The report found 51% of consumers polled desire

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