Save Money By Asking For What You Want in a Restaurant

When we go out to eat, I’m frequently annoyed by the menu.

I’m not a big eater but most restaurant menus are designed for people with big appetites. This isn’t always a problem; there are doggie bags, after all. But sometimes I’m in a position where I can’t take a doggie bag. Maybe I’m running a lot of errands or I’m on vacation with no refrigerator. Sometimes I want something smaller to eat, but it’s just not to be found.

Things like soup and salad combos are often only available at lunch. Half-portions are almost never available and if they are, it’s at lunch. It’s sometimes difficult to find a sandwich entree that comes with anyt

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