The accepted wisdom among restaurant menu designers has long been that there’s a proverbial “sweet spot” that lies just above the midline on the right hand side of the page. That’s where operators should list high-margin items, preferably highlighting them with graphic treatments to further attract the customer’s eye. Now one researcher is suggesting that sweet spot doesn’t really exist. When San Francisco State professor and restaurant revenue generation whiz Dr. Sybil Yang began to ...
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