Offering value, not cutting corners, adds to diners’ good will toward restaurants

Offering value, not cutting corners, adds to diners’ good will toward restaurants

Like many journalists, I’ve never been all that great at math. But lately, given the tough economy, my division skills have gotten much sharper. As I try to make the most of less frequent trips to my favorite restaurants, I find myself justifying each splurge by averaging the cost over the number of meals I can squeeze out of my order.

When I bought a $10 lunch near the office and split it with a co-worker, I saved five bucks. And when some of the steak from last week’s $21 fajitas st

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