Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Wagamama success with communal dinning brings the world of flavors and people together.

When you’re ready-2-eat no need to eat alone.  The United States Census bureau reports that 50% of US adults over the age of 18 are single.  That’s was not a surprise at fast growing global restaurant chain Wagamama where communal dining tables are a staple. Wagamama has been growing around the world with consumer interactive participatory communal dining tables as a complement too high quality fresh prepared “better for you food”.

Wagamama in Boston, Massachusetts, Shells Seafood in Tampa, Florida, A Cote in Oakland and Pres a Vi in San Francisco, California all have communal dining tables. Restaurants that want to build a brand culture of consumer inclusion are rapidly expanding communal dining options.  With 50% of US adults currently single communal dinning is another way edifying a sense of community for the restaurant, its brand and the customers. Wagamama is a global food retailer utilizing food universal commonalities for retail success.

While many simply find it as a new fun experience dining with neighbors, classmates, and friends all at once.  There are those that are looking to make friends, and even long-term relationships.  Each table has its own sense of community with each new person that joins the table and it only last as long as your meal.  Starbucks has its “third place” communal dining is fun family dining without the dishes.

When you’re ready-2-eat or ready for heat-N-eat fresh prepared grocerant niche food, why not give Wagamama a try, the experience will complement your meal.  At Wagamama any meal is a good meal, so don’t wait your next best friend may be waiting for you Wagamama.

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