Los Angeles is about to boast another possibly game-changing restaurant chain committed to producing fast food that's tasty and healthy yet still cheap. Opening this weekend, Everytable is a grab-and-go concept dreamed up by two former Wall Street guys, Sam Polk and David Foster, and built around perhaps the most radical pricing model in the industry: Per-capita income data was used to figure out a neighborhood's average income, then price the food accordingly. For instance, a Jamaican jerk chicken bowl that costs $8.95 downtown near the luxury high-rises will go for $4.50 in SouthL.A.
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