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Restaurant practices you'd like to see become more common

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Restaurant practices you'd like to see become more common

tardigrade | Dec 22, 2012 11:25 AM

Last summer, we ate at an Italian restaurant in Santa Fe near the train station. The menu listed 2 prices for most entrees: when I asked the waiter, she explained that they offered smaller-sized portions for patrons who wanted a more reasonable sized dinner. A great idea, especially when one is traveling and doesn't want to eat large meals all the time (and can't take leftovers home) - I'd love to see more places adopt the practice.

What unusual restaurant practices have you seen that you'd like to see more often?

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