Tuesday, May 10, 2016

5 factors guiding restaurant design

Last year, for the first time, Americans spent more on dining out than on groceries. Through March of this year, sales at restaurants and bars totaled $157.5 billion, compared to $151.8 billion at grocery stores, according to the U.S. Commerce Department.

This shift in spending has taken on enormous significance for the U.S. design and construction industry. “Food has become a major solution for saving brick-and-mortar retail,” stated CallisonRTKL, in its recent “Mall of the Future” white paper.

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