No Cash? Chicago Restaurant Accepts Goods And Services As Payment

No Cash? Chicago Restaurant Accepts Goods And Services As Payment

The Fireside Restaurant in Chicago barters goods and services with its customers on a daily basis.

Anna Brillon
  • 25 august 2011

Richard Wohn and his restaurant, Fireside, have gained popularity among denizens of Chicago’s North Side for its practical and very timely business strategy. In our current trying economic times, restaurant-goers don’t necessarily have cash on hand, and rather than relying on credit, Wohn lets them barter goods and services instead.

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