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Will There only be Restaurants in Shopping Centers and Malls?


This is the second in a series of videos from my interview with Garrick Brown at Recon 2016.

In this video, Garrick points out that over 50% of the growth in shopping centers has come from restaurants. He does question, however, whether or not the year-over-year growth of restaurant sales can continue to support all of these new restaurants. He also cautions and reminds everyone that when the economy dips, one of the first things that consumers stop doing is going out to dinner. Some good food for thought?

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  • The best way to avoid restaurant closures is to understand restaurant economics and the occupancy costs restaurants can afford to pay based on their sales. They are also susceptible to changes in labor costs and food costs.