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A Providence Restaurant for College Students

After many years involved in the restaurant industry, I have found that many different types of restaurants cater to different demographics.In this article, I will discuss some popular demographics and what sort of restaurants they may consider to be the best.

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After many years involved in the restaurant industry, I have found that many different types of restaurants cater to different demographics. This is because people are looking for so many different things from a Providence Restaurant. These different things can be based on their budget, interests or occupation. Because of the variety of different types of restaurants out there it is very difficult to make a blanket statement about what is the best restaurant. Some of the traits that people enjoy shift drastically from one demographic to the next. In this series of articles, I will discuss some popular demographics and what sort of restaurants they may consider to be the best.

 

 

The first demographic I am going to discuss today is college students. Even trying to identify the “college student” demographic can be challenging in today’s diverse world. For example, the age of the traditional college student has become warped due to the concept of commuter schools and night classes, which are often attended by working adults. For the sake of simplicity, when I refer to college students throughout this article, I will be referring to young adults between the ages of eighteen and twenty five years old. One common stereotype about college students is that they rarely have money, and this will play a role in identifying which establishments college students would be most likely to frequent. Another stereotype of student which will play a role in this article is that they often stay up late to study and party. The results of these two stereotypes alone (and there are many more) is that college students will ideally be looking for a Providence Restaurant that is open late, serves alcohol and is not overly expensive.

 

 

I know some of you who are reading this article will disagree with me. Some of you may even say that I am over generalizing the College student demographic and I will not disagree with you. I personally know college students who are anything but broke. Their parents pay for education and a monthly allowance that is probably triple the average American weekly income. However, for the sake of the article, which is about dining, I am going to avoid discussing politics and economics. Just by being around college campuses, I have found that some of the most popular dining options are take out and delivery fast food. This is for the obvious reason that students who are studying furiously would rather save the time and have their meals delivered to them. When it comes to eating out, students will gravitate towards local restaurants that serve basic foods such as burgers, sandwiches, and other fast foods. It also seems that while some students may be attracted to higher quality fare, most of them will be willing to settle for low quality items that involve low food cost and cheap labor. In my next article about restaurant demographicsFree Articles, I will discuss the trends in white collar and upper management dining. I will indentify the things these business men are looking for in a restaurant and how the fine dining industry is heavily supported by this demographic.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Providence Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.



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