Our current economic state has given way to a revolution in restaurant dining. Potager Natural Cafe, which opened in mid-January, serves naturally-sourced and seasonal items. This unusual diner welcomes you to sit on mismatched furniture while eating your meal on recycled garage sale plates, and when you're finished eating, you can decide how much you want to pay for your meal.
Such a unique dining experience doesn't always work out for the management, however. While the majority of patrons offer to pay an average of $12-$15 per plate, there are some who simply pay less because they can.
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