How one restaurant scored by embracing Instagram users

How one restaurant scored by embracing Instagram users

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Hate it when customers use your dining room as their personal photography studio, then post unappetizing shots of your food on social media sites? Tel Aviv restaurant Catit has found a way to solve this problem and make extra money while doing so. It puts five-course tasting meals on special food-photo-friendly plates and serves them to the snap-and-share crowd, charging customers $155 per hour to fine-tune their food photography skills while they eat.

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