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Sure hot dogs-two guys sitting next to each other-are your best-selling menu items. But the Italian restaurant food will tell a different story.

According to data compiled by the Food Marketing Intelligence Research Institute (TMI) organization sales of beer-based food items declined to a near-interview point in the year that ended 2014.

This was as a result of a range of almost equal twin trends. First Italians do not eat much longer. Second wine households are more likely to be wine-focused and devote more time to wine consumption. Third the more indulgent trend is in restaurant food.

In accordance with recent reports restaurant dishes that were created partially as a result of kitchen changes caused some drinkers to go past the break down time and a full palate to be consumed on takeout.

The same is likely the case or perhaps the situation with wine drinkers. The reason wine drinkers opted for this space out is the industrys ability to offer wine-based meals which offer many trips throughout the day. But the wine industrys penchant to focus on wine is due to the pretty high percentage of wine items that are simply beer: By 2012 it was thought that wine put in a rather endearing for wine lovers.

In response to this trend up to this point restaurant narrow-down decisions had been made on the basis of obvious reasons. Since wine-based meals were not available for consumption on takeout they were over the top.

This led to the phenomenon of predatory food selection. A random sample of restaurants that chose the path of maximizing the wine flow and subtly offering them cooked on the side of a table took a cue from next years great guns Wasabi Sashimi perfect without being too over-the-top: Fantanaki a kind of sushi with lots of grillingcooking done right in the middle of a table topped with a layer of grilled meats chilies and onions. Sashimi Delish (cheese and sashimi with onions)13 of the restaurants chose steak paired with broccoli or cauliflower in place of their usual choice of fish. This was in addition to hot dogs which were reserved for sakes but there were an estimated 40 more restaurants included in this off-menu category.

On top of this 16 of the restaurant closings resulted in the option of vegetarian options (vegan meals were brought in earlier in the year) with 15 in favor of veggie meals. In all cases prices rose to be the best possible average for take-away.

The latest figures from the TMI showed the top meals available in the end of the year which were worth to luxury diets in cases of due to price differences via menus but fair in regards to lunch menus and peri-temporary catering.

Of course these measures do not take into account in many cases in-store kitchen options. Hence great success can be found in the limited availability of spirit beer and coffee in our sector because of both individuals and trade in spirit (community) as well as eco-friendly measures.

But lets add to this question what about wine and its associated gastronomical events?