Report: Casual dining leads September sales comeback

Report: Casual dining leads September sales comeback

Same-store sales rose 3.6 percent within the segment

A later-than-usual Labor Day generated higher sales and traffic at casual-dining restaurants in September, according to the latest MillerPulse survey.

Same-store sales rose 3.6 percent at casual-dining restaurants during the month, 1.1 percentage points higher than quick-service restaurants. That was the first time in four years that dine-in concepts fared better than their fast-food cousins.

Casual-dining traffic rose 0.9 percent, again ahead of quick-service traffic

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