Minnesotans are a hearty bunch, but weather and other unforeseen factors impact our restaurant scene. To get some sort of barometer on how the industry is doing, Womply a front of the house software company for restaurants, has analyzed daily transactions for the 2018 calendar year at 42,223 local restaurant in the U.S., including Minnesota.
Here’s what they found out about restaurant sales in Minnesota:
To compare those stats with our neighboring states: Wisconsin was ranked 47th in average restaurant revenues, with the average daily revenue at $837 and 27 transactions a day. Average ticket size, however, was higher than Minnesota at $30.48, compared to $28.37.
Iowa was ranked 37th in revenues with $984 in average sales a day for a ticket size of $24.92.
Surprisingly, Vermont restaurants pulled in the most revenue in the U.S., with average daily sales of $1,731. Average ticket size was $38.22.
To read the entire report, go to https://www.womply.com/state-of-local-restaurants-2019/5/