With the best breakfast in Denver available at so many restaurants, are you still eating the most important meal at home?
Once upon a time breakfast was primarily eaten at home as a sit-down meal. Nowadays many people are either skipping breakfast all together, or eating on the go. We’re lucky to have a lot of great Denver breakfast options, but are you taking advantage of them? Do you bring something from home and eat in the car? Or do you stop at a café or restaurant to grab something?
Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN) reported that according to market research conducted by The NPD Group, visits to restaurants at breakfast increased 2% in 2014. NRN also reported on the results of an online survey of 1,508 adults who eat breakfast away from home at least twice a month. The survey by Kellogg’s found that most of the respondents prefer quick-service restaurants in the morning.
The Kellogg’s survey also found that 21% of those who eat breakfast away from home focus on value and portability for their breakfast. This means they want a good deal and something they can eat on the go. About 12.5% of those surveyed prefer to drink something for their breakfast.
Kellogg’s also found a group of 20% of the respondents that are least likely to skip breakfast. Within this group two-thirds are over the age of 44 and they prioritize value and quality. This group often eats breakfast in full-service restaurants. They make their choice based on price, quality of service and proximity to home.
If you’re in the mood to sit down and enjoy a delicious Denver breakfast, we’ll see you at The Original Pancake House!