2015 Top 100: Casual Dining segment analysis

2015 Top 100: Casual Dining segment analysis

This is part of Nation's Restaurant News’ annual Top 100 report, a proprietary census ranking the foodservice industry’s largest restaurant chains and companies by sales and unit data, among other metrics.

The Top 100 Casual-Dining segment displayed marked improvement in total sales in the Latest Year as the economy showed signs of health and restaurant brands invested in upgrading technology to lure customers.

Total U.S. systemwide sales for the 27 Casual-Dining chains in this year’s report rose more than 4.1 percent, to $38.9 billion, from $37.4 billion in the Preceding Year. The average growth rate among chains in the segment hit 4.4 percent, with only eight chains report

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