These American Restaurants Are Failing to Attract Customers

Is a restaurant recession in our near future? With declining sales and customers opting for takeout and delivery, it’s no wonder we see many time-honored restaurants hitting the panic button. When customers do sit down to a meal, they prefer trendy, local spots. Some franchises, such as Red Lobster, are winning the battle, while others are on the brink of collapse. Read on for 17 restaurants that might not be around much longer.

1. Sonic


A cheeseburger from a Sonic Drive-In | Sonic Drive-In via Facebook

Sign of the end: 8.9% sales loss in 2017

Even America’s favorite drive-in isn’t safe from a hurting restaurant industry. Quarterly reports broadcasted shrinking sales by 8.9% due to a massive decline in customers. The CEO blamed bad weather and sluggish spending for its flat net income of $11 million but hopes new products for “price-sensitive” customers can revive the franchise.

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