Casual Dining Magazine

H2O Publishing
JOynes House
New Road

Casual Dining is THE monthly magazine, dedicated to this accelerating sector within the UK’s eating out market. The phenomenon that is casual dining is sweeping the nation and experiencing rapid growth.

Casual Dining magazine presents a fresh, authoritative and in-depth look at the sector, aimed at keeping readers fully abreast of what’s happening in this rapidly evolving market. Each month it brings together industry news, sector insight and market intelligence, topical features, insightful operator interviews, case studies, news of openings, exclusive regular industry opinions from leading figures and a focus on eating trends from across the USA, where casual dining is already very well established.

Keeping pace with this rapidly growing sector is crucial for those who want to thrive in this lucrative market. The latest innovations and trends in food and drink, kitchen equipment, interior design, technology and property feature highly in the magazine and provide key decision makers and purchasing influencers across all the industry a valuable point of reference.

Printed and digital copies to over 10,000 senior contacts across multi-site and independent operators at owner, director, operations, purchasing, food development, brand and marketing levels.
Casual Dining is THE dedicated monthly publication for the thriving casual dining sector

Casual dining snapshot:

The sector is currently worth an estimated £5bn annually, but is predicted to grow to £22bn and will, by 2018, hold a considerable 43% of the total value of the eating out market.
25-49 year olds make up the largest customer segment, accounting for nearly half of fast casual customers. This age group makes up 39% of people eating at pubs and 43% of those going to full-service restaurants.
Often part of a chain, their offering sits between fast food establishments and fine dining restaurants.
Typically table service, order from image led menus.

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