As restaurant operators navigate the coronavirus pandemic, they need to understand how diners are feeling and anticipate their changing behaviors. How confident do people feel about heading back to restaurants? What safety measures do they want restaurants to take? How have their dining and spending habits changed?
In July 2020, we asked over 3,300 diners on the OpenTable network across the U.S. and Canada to share feedback in our second COVID-19 Diner Survey, which follows the first questionnaire we fielded in April 2020, when the majority of diners were still sheltering in place. Now, as some markets have reopened and people venture out again, we’re sharing actionable, up-to-date insights, OpenTable data, and practical tips to guide your road to recovery. Get the full report.
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- How far in advance are people booking reservations?
- How is diner spend changing?
- What surcharges are people willing to pay?
- How frequently are people ordering takeout and delivery?
- What steps can restaurants take to make diners feel safe?
*Source: 3,393 people on the OpenTable network in the US and Canada responded to this diner survey between July 17, 2020 to July 29, 2020. “Pre-COVID” or “Before COVID” refers to the period prior to the announcement of governmental restrictions such as shelter in place, around March 2020.
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