ENG 1113, WWW
10 July 2015
Variation of Restaurants
How often do Americans eat in a restaurant? Most Americans eat out more than once a week. No
matter what their favorite type of food, Mexican, Italian or American, there is a restaurant that can satisfy
the need for food! Quick-Service restaurants are the hub of grab and go meals, friendly lunches, and
cheap meals. Mid-Scale restaurants are the home of the buffet lines, blue plate lunches and home- style
meals. Upscale restaurants can be the center of many family activities, such as wedding rehearsals,
family reunions or birthday celebrations. Restaurants are a vital part of the American life, whatever the
occasion. Life's precious memories are made at restaurants. Restaurants can be classified into three
categories: Upscale, Mid-Scale, and Quick Service.
Upscale restaurants usually are at the top of the list when it comes to service. Devine dishes and
elegant decor make the experience unforgettable. They often offer soft music to add to the atmosphere,
sometimes even live music. They can obtain some of the most famous and prominent chefs in the world.
Thus, being able to serve dishes that are out of this world! One advantage to an upscale restaurant is that
managers and servers are typically well trained and are committed to a career in the food industry. The
biggest challenge for an upscale restaurant is the economy. Most entrees cost $20 and up. Most people
quit eating out to help manage their budget. Overall, fine dining establishments strive to create an
exceptional dining experience for guests. Some examples of upscale restaurants are Bonefish Grill, Purple
Parrot Cafe, and Chesterfields.
Midscale restaurants are the most economic and family friendly restaurants. Casual dining
restaurants offer full table service but the décor, food and service are usually less remarkable than a fine
dining establishment. These restaurants tend to attract families...