Restaurant lets diners SSLqpay what itSSRqs worthSSRq
HERMITAGE, Pa. — In response to the poor economy, Sghetti’s Italian Bistro, 3200 S. Hermitage Road, has instituted a “pay what you think its worth” policy. The policy, now in effect, will continue on a week-to-week basis, said Eugene D. Razzano, owner.
Prices have been eliminated from the menu. Instead, each category has a suggested range. For example, appetizers are listed at $3 to $9; pasta, $6 to $12; seafood, $9 to $14. “The price you pay is up to you,” said Razzano. “We only ask that you are fair.”
Desserts are included in the new policy, but beverages are not. The offer is good for dinner only (excluding Easter), and parties of eight or less (eat-in only). The bill includes an envelope for payment and comments.