AP headlines served up with the check at Washington eatery

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When the Starbucks barista asks me if I want my receipt with my morning Blonde Roast, I feel as if I’m not only saving myself and the dozens in line behind me precious time, but also saving paper by graciously declining. However, for anyone in Washington, D.C., don’t be so quick to pay that check. At the capital’s historic oyster bar, the Old Ebbitt Bill Grill, diners and tourists are now being offered the latest Associated Press news and headlines with their meal checks. (via DCist)

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