Forced by the economy to re-think their businesses, a growing number of restaurateurs are taking the radical step of ditching their menu prices and allowing customers to pay what they want. From Potager in Arlington, Texas, and Java Street Café in Kettering, Ohio, to two Blue Sage Cafes in the Portland, Ore., area and points in between, operators across the country are embracing the honor system as a promotion or a business model and saying that no price just might be the right ...
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