Restaurant relies on ‘karma’ with ‘pay what you feel’


ALBUQUERQUE: An Albuquerque bistro is depending on “karma” to keep it above water by embracing a one of a kind “pay as you feel” approach – regardless of the possibility that you don’t have a craving for paying by any stretch of the imagination.

David Wade McCullough, proprietor of the Karma Cafe, said he was motivated to establish the eatery by the logic of a diner he experienced with a comparative model in Australia.

“[The restaurant] worked on a ‘pay as you feel’ show,” McCullough told the media.

McCullough connected the idea to an appear sustenance stand, Food Karma, and after three years could change the business into a full eatery, which authoritatively opened Tuesday after a crowdfunding effort on GoFundMe.

McCullough said he’s found that most clients are more than willing to pay reasonable costs

“The vast majority are reasonable and legit and need to contribute,” McCullough said. “Regardless of the possibility that individuals are say destitute of battling, despite everything they need to contribute or pay what they can.”

McCullough said profiting from the eatery is optional to his principle reason: “Giving individuals a place, a protected place where they can come and have something to eat.”