Is lunch dead? City restaurants face existential challenge

"If you can’t remember the last time you allowed yourself to step out to lunch, you’re not alone.

About 62% of Americans are now eating their lunches at their desks. Whether that means packing their own, ordering in, snacking on company-catering or even skipping it entirely, lunch-hour traffic is down for restaurants accustomed to a steady midday stream. Many New York City restaurants have adapted by guaranteeing quick service in the hopes of competing with delivery options."

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