Fine Dining in the USA and Canada seems to be surviving the pandemic despite 60% of establishments are fast service and 88.9% are inexpensive restaurants in a time when people are more cautious with household budgets. So many low-cost choices can impede the fine dining experience even more so during a pandemic. Brizo FoodMetrics investigates Fine Dining by the numbers.
Under 1% of Restaurants in the North
America are considered fine dining restaurants.
88% are Independent Establishments. (Those with 1-4 locations.)
40% offer seafood.
35% offer steak.
76% have a wine list.
Adjectives restaurant’s use to describe their high-end establishment’s ambiance:
34% Family/Kid Friendly
11.5% Live Music
With regard to Third-Party Delivery Services at the most expensive restaurants in North America:
66.7% do not use a third-party delivery service.
This group shows 76.5% have customer reviews in the last 6 months.
16.7% use 1 third-party delivery service.
This group shows 79% have customer reviews in the last 6 months.
8.9% use 2 third-party delivery services.
This group shows 81% have customer reviews in the last 6 months.
7.7% use 3+ third party delivery services.
This group shows 95% have customer reviews in the last 6 months.
Top 7 Dietary Styles:
27.7% Fried Food
25.6% Comfort Food
19.5% Small Plates
Top 10 Metros in North America for Fine
New York-Newark-Jersey City NY-NJ-PA
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim CA
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Fl
San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley CA
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise NV
Top 20 Cuisines
Top 10 fine dining chains by number of
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
The Capital Grille
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille