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1: in concept development, you select a given style of service: counter tray, cart, arm, or french. which will fit in your concept best:Table service is food service served to the customer's table by waiters and waitresses, also known as "servers". Table service is common in most restaurants, while for some fast food restaurants counter service is the common form. 2: Which kind of restaurant is likely to have the greatest productivity per hour? - Quick-service (b) Which will require the most advertising and promotion? - Quick-service restaurants spend 4 to 5% of their income - A restaurant in an obscure location (c) Which will require the most dining room space per customer? - Luxury restaurants requires 15 to 20 feet of space per customer (d) Which has the greatest likelihood of the highest return on investment? - The quick-service category is the most profitable 3: Roughly, what percent of meals eaten out are purely for pleasure? - 25% of meals eaten out are purely for pleasure
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  • Fall '16
  • Fast food restaurant, Busboy, Table service

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