Restaurants Increase Customer Traffic on Slow Weekdays By Luring Customers with “Comfort Food” Items
3-minute read --- Over the last several years, more customers have begun experimenting with and improving their culinary skills. Whether it’s attending a cooking class for a unique date night, following video tutorials in a home kitchen, or dusting off a family cookbook, customers turn to cooking experiences to enjoy quality time and, ideally, a quality meal.
There is no better way to help customers feel at home than with “comfort foods” that remind them of their favorite homemade food and drinks. In addition to adding classic comfort foods such as stews, ribs, casseroles, baked potatoes, tuna melts, and more, restaurants are implementing their own creative twists on these dishes.