Sit down restaurants add to-go options for busy diners

01/24/2013 | Express/The Washington Post

Sit down restaurants, from tiny 20-seat specialty eateries to upscale, stately dining rooms, are adding takeout menu options to appeal to the busy working lunch crowd that doesn't want to unplug from work to have a decent meal. Jeffrey Buben, owner of Woodward Table in Washington, D.C, opened an express version of the restaurant outfitted with Wi-Fi and phone charging stations to stay ahead of his lunchtime competition. "It’s an incredible learning curve for us; there’s a lot of rethinking of what people want," he said.

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