Restaurants that allow you to pay what you think a meal is worth are popping up around the country.
The pay-what-you-want concept isn’t new. Now, some owners are using it as a way to help feed low-income people in their cities.
For people living in poverty, going out to dinner is a luxury. Christie Melby-Gibbons thinks dining out should be available for low income people as well as those who can afford to pay. She recently opened the Tricklebee Café.
“I have just always felt like everybody deserves to eat healthy, delicious, freshly made food,” Gibbons says.