America’s Best & Worst Restaurants (Infographic)

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The Anatomy of a Successful RestaurantThe Anatomy of a Successful Restaurant Infographic via Chef Works
Opening a restaurant means entering one of the riskiest markets out there. See America’s most competitive restaurants, and a list of why some restaurants must put up the closed sign, for good.

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Magdalen B.
Magdalen B.2 years ago

oO come on, really? In the whole nearly a continent? Deepest sympathies.

GGma Sheila D.
GGmaSheila D.2 years ago

Title misleading - no Worst listed, only top reasons why restaurants fail. Give you A for effort but the small print was miniscule, very difficult to read. Thank you for the information.

Lynnl C.
Lynn C.2 years ago


Mary K.
Molly D.2 years ago

Thanks for the thought of posting, but not clear and I give you a (one) for visuals.

Karen Friedman
karen Friedmn2 years ago

Any resturant serving Vegan or even Vegetarian food suits me to a T! Never heard of many of those listed.

Nyack Clancy
Nyack Clancy2 years ago

Thank you! Happy Autumn Equinox!

Charlene Rush
Charlene Rush2 years ago

I must keep these restaurants in my memory, in the event I travel to any of these places. Is this just wishful thinking?

B J.
BJ J.2 years ago


Marie W.
Marie W.2 years ago

Hard to see infographic. Well researched though.

Barbara Von Der Abtei
Barbara L.2 years ago

One of the most successful locally owned and well loved restaurants in my community closed -- why? The very elderly lady grew tired of owning and managing it even with her adult children's help. The closing was like losing a member of the family. No chain restaurant will ever match its ambiance or "down-home" cooking.