Lack of Indoor Dining Continues to Limit Restaurants, Despite Uptick in June Sales
According to the National Restaurant Association, restaurant sales saw a boost in June, marking the second straight month of increased activity.
June was the best month for eating and drinking places since the pandemic began, with $47.4 billion in sales (on a seasonally-adjusted basis) but it was still about $18 billion below sales posted in January and February.
Based on unadjusted data from the Census Bureau, sales levels at eating and drinking places were down a total of $116 billion from March through...
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