Strapped for cash? Just pay what you can at this Raleigh restaurant.

Strapped for cash? Just pay what you can at this Raleigh restaurant.

A Place at the Table opened Monday at 300 W. Hargett St. in downtown Raleigh. It’s a convenient spot for NCSU students. There are no set prices, and the restaurant invites patrons to pay what they can afford: the suggested donation, a little extra, pay for someone else’s meal or pay one’s way through volunteering. Volunteer

A Place at the Table opened Monday at 300 W. Hargett St. in downtown Raleigh. It’s a convenient spot for NCSU students.

There are no set prices, and the restaurant invites patrons to pay what they can afford: the suggested donation, a little extra, pay for someone else’s meal or pay one’s way through volunteering. Volunteer jobs could include sweeping, wiping tables and bringing food to guests.

The new coffee shop and lunch spot has three waffle irons at the ready, including one for gluten-free dishes; a new espresso machine that will use Larry’s Beans coffee; and several cold brew coffee taps.

By the way: The restaurant’s executive director, Maggie Kane, is a graduate of N.C. State.

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