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Restaurants are an essential part of any culture. Wherever you go, all across the globe, you can find places of business selling food, drinks and desserts. There are many types of restaurants, spanning from casual pizza parlors and food trucks, to hotel restaurants and formal establishments. Restaurants usually base their menu around a theme, which can include range of cuisines or focus on food from a single culture. Themes can include seafood, vegetarian food, or that of a culture like Greek, Italian, Indian, American, Mexican or French. Restaurants that base their theme on a culture usually carry it over into the décor, music, and general atmosphere of the establishment.

The atmosphere of a restaurant is a vital part of the perception by the public, and is created by a variety of factors. Included in these factors is the process of being served. At fast food restaurants you may receive food through the drive-through window, or by ordering at the counter. Many casual restaurants seat you at a table, after which a member of their wait staff takes your order, and ensures that you have full drinks and condiments. In a fine dining establishment, patrons must often make reservations to ensure that the restaurant will be able to accommodate them.

Restaurants not only serve food, they often serve alcohol and specialty drinks as well. Restaurants must be fully licensed in order to sell alcohol, and these licenses vary in what they cover depending on the local laws pertaining to the restaurant. Some receive a license to only serve certain alcohols like beer and wine, while other can serve liquor and spirits as well. Some restaurants even allow patrons to bring their own drinks.

There are millions of restaurants all across the globe, each with its own unique food and atmosphere. Restaurant guides, food critics, and bloggers write every day about the food they have experienced, and whether or not the recommend a certain restaurant. These people can help you decide which of the millions of restaurants to choose from, so you can experience the best there is.

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Restaurants Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Global Commercial Beverage Dispensers Market 2017-2021

    ...in prescribed amounts and is mainly used by foodservice establishments such as hotels, restaurants, catering companies, clubs, and pubs. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global commercial beverage dispensers market to grow at a CAGR of 3.20% ... Read More

  • Global Electronic Cash Register Market 2017-2021

    ...POS. Technavio’s analysts forecast the global electronic cash register market to grow at a CAGR of 8.48% during the period 2017-2021. Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects ... Read More

  • Global Online Hyperlocal Services Market 2017-2021

    ...a click of their fingertip. The service providers connect with the local and nearest restaurants (full service restaurants (FSRs) and quick service restaurants (QSRs)) for food delivery, retailers (including hypermarkets, supermarkets, and convenience stores) for ... Read More

  • 2017 U.S. Architectural svcs, non-residential - Retail and restaurant sold through Architectural services-Product & Services Report

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  • Self-Service Cafeterias in France

    ...low prices with an average spend per transaction of EUR10 as of 2016. Self-service cafeterias has suffered from an old-fashioned image among young consumers who privilege fast food, 100% home delivery/takeaway or some casual concepts ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Norway

    ...Norwegian consumers have become increasingly attracted to locally sourced food with an evident growing consensus that this results in fresher produce and higher quality, as well as more environmentally friendly supply chains. The Norwegian government ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in France

    ...drop in 2016. While this followed a structural trend already highlighted in the review period, some conjectural factors also affected cafés/bars in 2016. Non-favourable climate conditions during the first six months of the year combined ... Read More

  • Argentina - The Future of Foodservice to 2021

    ...the recently elected reform-centric government and an improving economy has helped improve consumer confidence, spending and a more positive short-to-medium term economic outlook. Despite the country’s more stable economic climate, wealth is unevenly distributed and ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Taiwan

    ...players in an effort to lure more consumers at a time when purchasing power is weak. This has driven growth in both stand-alone and retail locations. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by Location in Taiwan report ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in the Netherlands

    ...the Netherlands. The structural factors currently favouring travel locations over other types of locations regarding foodservice are essentially two-fold. First, travel locations are benefitting from the fact that the Netherlands has long been a country ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in the Netherlands

    ...halve within a year, falling from 86 in 2015 to 48 in 2016. The decline suffered by La Place did not stem from the brand’s own performance (as the brand remains very popular), but from ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in New Zealand

    ...stricter drink drive limits resulted in decreased demand for alcoholic drinks. As a result, many bars/pubs revamped their menus to increase food offerings in order to sustain their business. Consumers also increasingly sought craft beers ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in France

    ...rush during lunchtime. Moreover, the competition is also fierce within full-service restaurants as the number of outlets continues to increase while consumers are shifting away towards cheaper and more convenient solutions. As a result, it ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in New Zealand

    ...strong consumer confidence. With growing incomes, more consumers opted to dine outside of home, with the casual dining concept providing quality food, better value than other full-service restaurants and a more relaxed atmosphere for socialising. ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in the Netherlands

    ...was attributable to two factors. First, the Dutch economy remained firmly on the road to recovery, with sustained solid GDP growth gradually translating into falling unemployment rates and higher disposable household incomes. This has resulted ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Norway

    ...greater emphasis on fruit and vegetables as well as making greater efforts to source ingredients from local suppliers. While healthy food is not normally associated with self-service cafeterias, which tend to specialise in traditional meals ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Taiwan

    ...store chains, kiosks and fast food breakfast chains. Cafés and specialist coffee shops have, in general, begun a shift toward offering better quality coffee. Euromonitor International's Cafés/Bars in Taiwan report offers a comprehensive guide to ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Taiwan

    ...locations for more special occasions. Euromonitor International's Full-Service Restaurants in Taiwan report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides foodservice sales, the number of ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in France

    ...underperforming in GDP growth and unemployment rate compared to other European countries. This has contributed to limit consumer spending and frequency of visits to foodservice establishments. Terrorist attacks also had an impact on tourism activity ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in New Zealand

    ...in the developed world. The lowest level of unemployment since 2008, along with historically low interest rates of 1.75%, supported consumer confidence, which in turn translated into increased discretionary spending on goods and services such ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Norway

    ...growth levels over the review period. Despite cracks appearing in the Norwegian economy since 2014, growth in consumer foodservice has been strong, underpinned by low interest rates and a weak Norwegian krone which has resulted ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Taiwan

    ...thus resulting in a further strengthening of the importance of convenience store chains in this area. In addition, lower prices, the offering of a broad range of foods, easy accessibility and regular promotions also help ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in New Zealand

    ...7% in 2016. Nevertheless, due to high space costs, companies were increasingly seeking to occupy smaller floor sizes, such as establishing hole-in-the-wall, kiosks or stall outlets. For instance, Full Tank was able to achieve rapid ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in the Netherlands

    ...nearly matched those that were closed, resulting in only marginal outlet decline on balance. This development was particularly promising as one of the biggest weaknesses of cafés/bars over the review period was diminishing interest from ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in France

    ...proximity to customer flows is essential to embrace the long-term rising trend. Travel locations in airports or railway stations, shopping centres, leisure areas or cities’ hyper-centres are the most required, contributing to harder competition for ... Read More

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