The kind of foods offered in these restaurants include soups, spaghetti, salads, fried salmon, field mushroom risotto, pork, rack of lamb, desserts such as farmhouse cheese and biscuits, coffee, wine among others. Some of the restaurants in United States are Bar Louie, Primebar, One North, Red Star Tavern, Bluepoint, The Grillroom, Townhouse and Midtown Kitchen (Restaurants America 2009).
Restaurants in the United States have different features ranging from construction materials to food service and location. They offer customers with power lunches, business meeting points and late night cocktails (Restaurants America 2009). A case in point is Grillroom which is an urban chophouse and wine bar. Others offer inviting, intimate and warm atmosphere for lunch and dinner with families and friends created by wood paneled and flagstone walls, captivating artwork, oversized curved leather booths and an open kitchen system (Restaurants America 2009). A good example is Red Star Tavern.
Looking at employment in the restaurant industry, most entry-level jobs in this sector need slight or no previous training and basic tasks often can be learned in a short time (Ingram and Joel 68-102). Restaurant managers and many division heads, for instance a head chef, usually need some formal training, or years of hospitality industry know-how, or both. All positions in this business need employees to uphold a customer-service direction. Almost all workers in the restaurant business in United States undertake some on-the-job training provided under the supervision of an experienced employee or manager to become accustomed to new employees to any exceptional characteristics of the property or the local area.
The restaurant market is projected to see a rise in the number of restaurants in the United States. Many of these newer restaurants are being established in the suburbs where a growing population is more and more