The Top Types of Restaurants

Different types

There are so many different types of restaurants, and they have it all under one roof. It can be difficult to know which ones are worth trying first.


Here is a list of some of the more common types of restaurants we’ve heard about.


When we talk about casual dining, we usually mean that it’s off-the-wall and not part of the norm.

The Casual Dining Restaurant


You’re going to a restaurant for the food. If you’re going for dinner, make sure you order the proper thing.


These restaurants usually have a casual atmosphere, a fun service, and lots of servers who love to give tips (or assist in doing so).


Takeaways also tend to be more expensive by the hour. These are the places where you’ll want to sit during happy hours.

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The Take-Away Restaurant


Take-away restaurants have long been a part of the American dining scene, but they’ve been getting more attention in the last few years.

Sell Food

These restaurants are not part of a chain but sell their food in a take-away format. You can usually find these at different points in the day, so you can sample as much as you want.


A fine-dining restaurant specializes in tasting and/or making dining experiences more than just food. For example, a trout ceviche or steak tartare are two different experiences.

Tucked away in a section of the city known for its beautiful architecture, the Mexican restaurant is a familiar sight. This classic American dish has been making its way west since before the turn of the century, and it’s still one of the most popular meals in the city. If you’re looking for an authentically Mexican meal, you can’t go wrong with this place.

If you’re in the mood for a more American take on Italian food, you can’t go wrong with the Italian restaurant. You can expect classic food like macaroni and cheese and fresh baked bread. Or you can go full-blown and try the Fondue restaurant, which would make Ferraris nod in the background.


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