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2022 Restaurant Industry Report

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While the lasting impact of COVID-19 lockdowns are broadly understood, our newest data report uncovered a new wave of dining behavior across the United States. The unrelenting combination of rising food costs, labor challenges, and technological acceleration has lead American diners to behave in new and unexpected ways. 

For example, more Americans are becoming reluctant to try new restaurants, with 75% of consumers likely to stick with familiar favorites when dining out. Additionally, 78% of Americans will choose to support independently-owned establishments over big chains. The data further suggests pilfering of small items such as glassware may also be on the rise.

Download our free report where you'll find many more stats and insights covering:
  • How consumers are reacting to 'shrinkflation' pricing
  • Attitudes around increasing menu prices
  • Opportunities for restaurant owners and operators to attract and retain new diners
  • Insights on how diners view pilfering, dating, and digital ordering

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Trusted by 9000+ Leading Restaurants

capt_n_lawrence-1491519210-1 erewhon
mrchicken image001 (7) (1)
jaks hardrock
1200px-Xian_famous_foods_logo-1 settebello
westville maoz
smallcakes crepeaffaire
jugofresh

30+ more data points are in the report such as:

See how diners plan to shift more towards established favorites
Over a third of diners are "very likely" to stick to restaurants they know in an environment with rising costs
Get insight into how operators can best address coming price hikes to consumers
Millenial and GenX consumers in particular are fine paying more if reasons for price hikes are clearly explained
Download the full 2022 restaurant industry report
Get instant access to 30+ new data points about Americans will eat in 2022 and beyond
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