Dining Out Dayparts - US - November 2018

Dining Out Dayparts - US - November 2018

"Restaurants are facing increased daypart competition from retailers as well as a decline in traffic overall, but particularly for the three traditional dayparts. To combat growing threats, foodservice operators will need to leverage more on-demand dining and nontraditional dayparts, and target young people, who are the biggest consumers of both."

- Jill Failla, Foodservice Analyst

This Report looks at the following areas:

Dayparts are blurring
Nontraditional daypart users over index for retail prepared food purchases
Automation should not come at the expense of good hospitality
On-demand dining could boost incremental traffic
iGens are most likely to dine out for snacks and late-night occasions
Meals in bowls offer daypart flexibility
Frequent daypart users prioritize unique restaurant factors

TOC available on request

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