One restaurant in L.A. is offering a 5 percent discount to patrons who ditch their phones during their meal. Would you like to see this in the South End?
Face it, if there were a way to grow a third arm specifically to hold your cell phone, many of us would jump at the chance. But running counter to the "can't live without a connection" population is one restaurant in Los Angeles that is literally paying customers to keep their phones away from their meal, according to the Los Angeles Times. Eva Restaurant in L.A. is offering diners a 5% discount on their bill if they dump their digital devices before being seated, according the L.A. Times. Is this something that you'd like to see happen at any of the nice restaurants in the South End? Or does the idea of ditching your phone during dinner start to make you twitch?
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A dining discount site serving major cities nation-wide, Savored.com recently launched its Boston subsite.
Savored is an old venture with a new name, and it has officially arrived in Boston. A dining discount site serving major cities nation-wide, Savored recently launched its Boston subsite, and offers bookings for four South End restaurants that appeal to a variety of palettes - Noche (Latin Fusion), Sibling Rivalry (American), Petit Robert Bistro (French) and Da Vinci Ristorante (Italian). There will surely be more additions as business in Boston picks up and restaurants catch on. Formerly known as VillageVines, Savored.com has rebranded and expanded, and, dare I say it, gotten a much classier upgrade. Like the incredibly popular Groupon and LivingSocial sites, Savored offers major discounts for dining out, but there’s a twist. Unlike with …