At some restaurants, diners leave with a palmful of mints. At others they take their leftover rolls or steak bones. At The Inn at Little Washington, the luxurious little Virginia restaurant with a big international reputation, every guest is offered a personalized memento: a menu with the guest’s name printed on it and greetings like “Happy Anniversary,” often with the logo of the guest’s college, business or whatever is appropriate. These keepsakes cost the restaurant $7 to $12 ...

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